Active. Accelerated.

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Alex Ely

  • Managing Director, Chief Investment Officer — US Growth Equity
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Daniela Mardarovici

  • Managing Director, Co-Head of US Multisector/Core Plus Fixed Income
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Bob Rice

  • Senior Advisor to Macquarie Investment Management
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June 24, 2020

Watch the webinar replay featuring special guest Bob Rice as he moderates a discussion with Daniela Mardarovici and Alex Ely on active management across asset classes, and why it is more important than ever.

This previously recorded webinar recaps our views on how accelerating digitization, deglobalization, and disruption across industries is impacting the way we invest today and will in the future. We believe active management can help provide the differentiator investors need to stay ahead of a curve that is bending faster than ever.

This webinar discusses:

  • Geopolitical forces, government intervention, and the impact of the Federal Reserve’s decisions
  • Technology trends and the acceleration of digitization
  • Active security selection and research as a critical component of the ‘new modern’ portfolio theory
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