Dev Chakrabarti

Dev Chakrabarti

Chief Investment Officer—Concentrated Global Growth

10 Years at AB
23 Years of experience

Dev Chakrabarti is a Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer for Concentrated Global Growth. Prior to joining AB in December 2013, he was a portfolio manager/analyst on the global equity research and portfolio-management team at WPS Advisors. Chakrabarti joined W.P. Stewart in 2005 as a member of the European equity research and portfolio-management team and moved to New York in 2008 to focus on global portfolios. Earlier in his career, he worked as an M&A analyst at Merrill Lynch, a financial analyst at Unilever and an equity analyst at J.P. Morgan Securities, where he specialized in European technology stocks. Chakrabarti holds a BSc (Hons) in economics from the University of Bristol and an MSc in finance from London Business School. Location: London

Learnings from Earnings: Macro Crosscurrents Make Growth Elusive
Global Stocks: Look Beyond Home Base to Find Growth
Investing for Growth in a Decelerating World Economy
Five Ways Technology Companies Offer Inflation Protection
Shifting Monetary Policy and the Equity Investing Dilemma
Evaluating Earnings Quality as Inflation Bites
Searching for Companies with Pricing Power as Inflation Looms
Vacation Variants: Travel Indicators Mark Different Recovery Paths
Resilient Recovery Stocks Transcend the Growth-Value Divide
Is Concentrated Investing Riskier in Today’s Uncertain Environment?

Is Concentrated Investing Riskier in Today’s Uncertain Environment?

by Mark Phelps, Dev Chakrabarti
In a world of uncertainty, many investors choose to diversify, rather than investing in a concentrated strategy. But this year, a portfolio of just the five largest US stocks would have significantly outperformed. So, is there a way to reduce risk and to capture long-term growth in a concentrated portfolio?

Active & Passive , Coronavirus, Equities, Invest for Growth

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