Sammy Suzuki, CFA

Sammy Suzuki, CFA

Co-Chief Investment Officer—Strategic Core Equities

27 Years at AB
28 Years of experience

Sammy Suzuki is Co-Chief Investment Officer of Strategic Core Equities. He was a key architect of the Strategic Core Platform and has been managing the Global, International and US portfolios since 2015, and the Emerging Markets portfolio since its inception in 2012. Suzuki has managed portfolios for nearly two decades. From 2010 to 2012, he also held the role of director of Fundamental Value Research, where he managed 50 fundamental analysts globally. Prior to managing portfolios, Suzuki spent a decade as a research analyst. He joined AB in 1994 as a research associate, first covering the capital equipment industry, followed by the technology and global automotive industries. Before joining the firm, Suzuki was a consultant at Bain & Company. He holds both a BSE in materials engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and a BS in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (magna cum laude). He is a CFA charterholder and a member of the Board of the CFA Society New York. Location: New York

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Capturing the Ups and Downs in Coronavirus Equity Markets

by Kent Hargis, Sammy Suzuki, Jillian Geliebter
Several equity factors diverged significantly from their typical performance patterns during the COVID-19 crisis. By understanding how factor returns behaved in this market correction relative to their historic norms, investors can not only prepare for future volatility but also take advantage of short-term market dislocations.

Active & Passive , Coronavirus, Equities, Volatility


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