Columbia Threadneedle Investments

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Columbia Threadneedle Investments is a leading global asset manager. We know investors want strong and repeatable risk-adjusted returns and we aim to deliver this through an active and consistent investment approach that is team-based, risk-aware and performance-driven.

Better insights
Our talented investment teams around the world work together to uncover investment insights. By sharing knowledge across asset classes and geographies we are able to generate richer perspectives on global, regional and local investment landscapes.

Better decisions
The ability to exchange and debate investment ideas in a collaborative environment enriches our teams' investment processes to ensure our best insights are applied to portfolios. More importantly, it results in better-informed decisions for our clients.

Better outcomes
Our broad range of investment strategies and solutions are designed to meet the evolving needs of our clients, whether they are individuals, advisers or institutions. We are committed to first class client service and investment excellence. We have a dedicated team of more than 2,000 colleagues across the globe, all with a common goal.

Your success is our priority.

Columbia Threadneedle Investments is the global asset management group of Ameriprise Financial, Inc. (NYSE:AMP), a leading US-based financial services provider.

News from Columbia Threadneedle Investments

  • Asset Allocation Update - MAY 2019 download

    Cash flows and discount rates have moved in opposite directions over the past six months, and discount rate moves have triumphed. Take the year so far. Equity cash flows, proxied by earnings growth expectations1, have weakened across each major equity bloc or region, shifting horizontally to the left in Figure 1. Yet stock market returns have risen – moving up vertically – apparently shrugging off the weaker cash flow picture.

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Head Office
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AG
United Kingdom
Contact
Sophie Fiori Tel. +44 (0) 20 7464 5000
Company website:
http://www.columbiathreadneedle.com
Parent Company:
Ameriprise Financial Inc.
Year Founded:
1994
No. of investment offices worldwide:
18

What’s new

  • Targeting positive returns in an uncertain climate

    Targeting positive returns in an uncertain climate

    White papersTue, 5 Nov 2019

    A decade after the global financial crisis, the uncertain economic conditions it ushered in continue to starve Europe’s investors of returns

  • Partners Group: gaining from long-term tailwinds

    Partners Group: gaining from long-term tailwinds

    White papersTue, 5 Nov 2019

    Private markets, including equity and debt, infrastructure and real estate, stand out as a high-margin part of the asset management sector that is still expanding, with returns higher than those delivered by public markets.

  • Macro and structural woes leave banks out in the cold

    Macro and structural woes leave banks out in the cold

    White papersTue, 5 Nov 2019

    With valuations plumbing depths seen in 2009 and 2012, and headwinds many and varied, is there hope on the horizon for one of Europe’s most beleaguered sectors?

  • Italy is the eurozone economy most likely heading for a ‘lost decade’

    Italy is the eurozone economy most likely heading for a ‘lost decade’

    White papersTue, 5 Nov 2019

    As Japan found out the hard way, a healthy banking sector is key to restoring health to an economy. But Europe’s third biggest economy, with its vastly undercapitalised banks, looks destined to remain in the doldrums for some time

  • The stage is set for a rebound in unloved European value stocks

    The stage is set for a rebound in unloved European value stocks

    White papersTue, 5 Nov 2019

    Investors have been troubled by the region recently, with a growing feeling that it is mirroring Japan’s ‘lost decade’. But there are reasons to be positive about it, and we are bullish on defensive stocks which we believe are currently trading too cheaply

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