Discover our multimanager approach

Navigating the challenges of today’s markets requires unique talents and expertise on a global scale. That’s why we’ve spent the past three decades building an unrivaled network of specialized asset managers, backed by some of the most rigorous investment oversight in the industry. The result is a diverse lineup of time-tested investments from one of America’s most trusted brands.

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  • The power of our network

  • Rigorous research

  • Our multifactor approach

Our multimanager approach

79 portfolio teams across 27 elite firms

  • Axiom Investors
  • Bain Capital Credit
  • Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss
  • Boston Common Asset Management
  • Boston Partners
  • Breckinridge Capital Advisors
  • Dimensional Fund Advisors
  • Epoch Investment Partners
  • First Quadrant
  • GW&K Investment Management
  • Graham Capital Management
  • Manulife Investment Management
  • Nordea Asset Management
  • Pictet Asset Management
  • Pzena Investment Management
  • Redwood Investments
  • Stone Harbor Investment Partners
  • Sustainable Growth Advisers
  • T. Rowe Price
  • Trillium Asset Management
  • Wellington Management
  • Wells Capital Management

Robust manager research and oversight

We scour the globe for the best portfolio teams to manage our funds and then hold them to some of the industry’s toughest standards for risk and performance.

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Results for investors

Four- and five-star Morningstar ratings for our U.S. funds across asset classes, from fixed income to equities to alternatives.

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U.S. interest-rate cut: the Fed’s got 99 problems, but the consumer ain’t one

The U.S. Federal Reserve's latest interest rate cut shines a light on just how many potential pitfalls the central bank has to navigate. We take a closer look at the biggest risks to growth.

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What is inflation and why does it matter to investors?

Inflation is the rise in prices of products and services that people use every day. When the cost of basic items goes up, individuals simply can’t buy as much as they could before. Here’s what you need to know about this closely watched economic indicator.

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