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HAVE CONVICTION IN YOUR CORE EQUITY SOLUTIONS

HAVE CONVICTION IN YOUR EQUITY SOLUTIONS

A high conviction active approach, focusing on differentiated research and a disciplined process means seeking out investment opportunities and protecting against unintended risks.

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Active equity strategies can help investors capture opportunities and manage risk. Many investors like passive investing because they believe it’s simple and cheap and they don’t think active managers can consistently beat benchmarks. But passive investing can also create unintended risk concentrations. Active investing today, perhaps more than ever, requires a high conviction approach.

CONVICTION IN EUROPEAN EQUITIES

WHAT INVESTORS SHOULD CONSIDER:

  • To navigate Europe’s complex equity landscape, focus on companies—and not countries—when searching for opportunities
  • Thinking like business owners and applying a private equity mindset to public equity markets, with a focus on cash flows, can help identify resilient sources of return
  • Many European companies are global leaders in their markets or are undergoing corporate transformations and have solid long-term prospects that aren’t vulnerable to regional stress
WINNING AMID UNCERTAINTY
TAWHID ALI | CIO—European Value Equities
WINNING AMID UNCERTAINTY

DOES POLITICAL RISK MATTER?

  • Focusing on companies that aren’t really exposed to regional instability can help investors discover resilient sources of return potential

GO ACTIVE WITH AB:

WHY AB FOR EUROPEAN EQUITIES?

  • Top decile performance over three- and five-year periods
  • Differentiated approach to stock picking
  • Global research network informs European stock analysis

CONVICTION IN HIGH-GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES

WHAT INVESTORS SHOULD CONSIDER:

  • It’s getting harder for companies to expand profit margins, so firms that can increase revenue may have an advantage.
  • An index may overlook high revenue growers that have a better chance of posting stronger earnings in this tough environment.
CONCENTRATED GROWTH EQUITIES
MARK PHELPS | CIO—Concentrated Global Growth
CONCENTRATED GROWTH EQUITIES

GO ACTIVE WITH AB:

POSITION FOR LONG-TERM GROWTH

  • Conviction in about 20 great businesses.
  • Portfolios without filler.
  • Less downside capture to help reduce risk.

CONVICTION TO BE TRULY ACTIVE

WHAT INVESTORS SHOULD CONSIDER:

  • A disciplined and differentiated research process can identify companies that are generating value every day yet mispriced by the market.
  • Combining these companies into a portfolio with a similar risk profile to a benchmark means stock selection can help drive excess returns without exposing investors to unintended consequences.

GO ACTIVE WITH AB:

ACTIVE TO THE CORE

  • Conviction in companies with high and stable cash flows for sustainable return potential.
  • Discovers businesses with defensible competitive advantages.
  • Mitigates unintended factor risks.

CONVICTION AMID VOLATILITY

WHAT INVESTORS SHOULD CONSIDER:

  • By focusing on quality companies with stable performance patterns, it can be easier to maintain exposure to stocks in both rising and falling markets.
  • Stocks with a proven history of lower volatility can help deliver solid returns that outperform bonds and traditional cap-weighted benchmarks over the long term.

GO ACTIVE WITH AB:

GAINING MORE BY LOSING LESS

  • Downside protection can drive long-term outperformance.
  • Deep research into cash flow sustainability generates conviction.
  • Focus on absolute risk and return, not the benchmark.

CONVICTION IN US EQUITIES

WHAT INVESTORS SHOULD CONSIDER:

  • US equity valuations are relatively high while corporate earnings are elevated as well, challenging investors to find stocks that can outperform over the long term
  • To do so, it’s important to identify companies with strong business profiles, competitive advantages, persistent revenues and sustainable growth prospects in a volatile, low-growth world
  • By developing conviction in companies like these, US equity portfolios can be created to withstand short-term economic and market pressures and deliver superior long-term returns.
FOCUSING ON DOWNSIDE PROTECTION
KURT FEUERMAN | CIO—SELECT US EQUITIES
FOCUSING ON CONTROLLING VOLATILITY
FOCUSING ON THE RIGHT THINGS
FRANK CARUSO, CFA | CIO—Growth Equities
FOCUSING ON EXCEPTIONAL COMPANIES
FOCUSING ON QUALITY GROWTH
JAMES TIERNEY | CIO—Concentrated US Growth
FOCUSING ON QUALITY GROWTH

Why US Equities?

  • US stocks represent more than half of the world’s market cap
  • Innovation and creative culture underpin corporate success
  • Stronger annualized returns than European peers over the past 30 years

GO ACTIVE WITH AB:

FOCUS ON EXCEPTIONAL COMPANIES

POSITION FOR LONG-TERM GROWTH

CONVICTION IN EMERGING MARKETS

WHAT INVESTORS SHOULD CONSIDER:

  • Developing-world assets are tempting investors after five tough years, underpinned by attractive valuations and improving fundamentals.
  • As a recovery unfolds, flexible, unconstrained approaches can point the way to firms whose potential transcends economic challenges.
  • Emerging-market opportunities today span the asset classes—from equities and fixed income to currencies.

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