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Global Investment Committee Themes

Continue to Pursue Value Opportunities Within Financials

The global economic recovery has shifted from asynchronous yet steady, to reflationary. Such a pick-up in inflation expectations has helped steepen yield curves globally. 

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Japanese Equities to Ride “Abenomics”

The GIC believes Japan presents a potential “once-in-a-generation” opportunity: the confluence of monetary and fiscal stimulus with political and structural reform. 

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Consider Getting More Aggressive about Cash Management

Over the past year the short end of the yield curve has steepened materially as both the Fed’s actions and their forward guidance has driven rates over 1% inside a 2-year maturity.

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Opportunities in Emerging Market Equities

EM currencies have re-priced and are no longer vulnerable to Fed hikes. Global reflation, improvement in trade and the potential for real yields to decline from here should set up a multi-year bull market.

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Focus on Momentum Strategies which are now Cheap

We are overweight momentum exposure, or equities that have outperformed over the last 6-12 months, which are currently priced at a discount to market valuations for the first time in our 30-year data history.

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Manage Risk of Rising Rates and Spread Widening

The GIC believes interest rate normalization will most likely be a slow and measured affair, but will provide a meaningful headwind for investors using bonds for principal preservation.

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Manage Broad Global Volatility

Along with interest rate normalization, the GIC believes capital market volatility will soon normalize, potentially increasing by as much as 30% over the next three-to-five years across bonds, equities, currencies and commodities.

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Focus on Private Credit to Capture the Illiquidity Premium

Private credit markets continue to be impacted by a deleveraging banking system, financial austerity and limited non-bank sources of capital.

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Meet the Global Investment Committee