Separately managed accounts
Separately managed accounts (SMAs) are designed for high-net-worth individuals seeking tailored investment solutions along with direct ownership of securities. SMAs provide access to institutional-caliber portfolio services across U.S. and international equity, fixed-income, and balanced portfolio strategies—all managed by veteran teams at Manulife Investment Management.
Invests in companies of all market capitalizations that possess wide moats and offer the potential to compound cash flows across market cycles
Invests in large-cap companies that demonstrate a sustainable competitive advantage and are trading at compelling discounts to their long-term intrinsic value
Seeks long-term capital appreciation through opportunistic exposure to companies with global franchises and sustainable competitive advantage
Invests in profitable small-cap companies with niche business models that offer improving earnings and attractive valuations
Global Equity Strategy
Seeks long-term capital appreciation from quality global companies with strong fundamentals
U.S. Small Cap Value Strategy
Invests in high-quality small-cap companies with long-term growth potential that are trading at a significant discount to their intrinsic fair value
Core Bond Strategy
Pursues capital preservation and high current income by investing in a mix of high-quality U.S. government, agency, and corporate bonds, as well as securitized debt, through allocations to both individual securities and underlying funds.
Core Plus Bond Strategy
Pursues high current income consistent with a prudent level of risk by investing in a mix of government and corporate bonds, as well as securitized debt, through allocations to both individual securities and underlying funds.
The benefits of separately managed accounts
-Direct ownership of securities in a professionally managed portfolio
-Potential for tax efficiency through the use of in-kind securities and other strategies
-Portfolio customization, including the ability to exclude certain securities or sectors based on social, political, or environmental beliefs