In this paper, we discuss how Mackenzie’s Global Quantitative Equity team employs fundamental ideas through a disciplined, risk-aware investment approach to generate alpha within emerging markets
In this paper, we discuss China’s long-term contribution to global GDP growth and why China A is one of the keys to an efficient portfolio
Arup Datta, head of the Mackenzie Global Quantitative Equity Team, talks about why quant is suitable for emerging market investing, despite the challenge of volatility.
This second paper in our pension series focuses on the preparedness and ability of governments to deal with their pension challenges.
In this panel discussion, Jun Li, Chief Investment Officer of Sagard China offers insights from her long experience actively investing in China to highlight fascinating trends and share some of the sectors and companies they are invested in.
As China continues to open its financial sector to foreign investors and embed itself ever deeper into the global economy, now is the time to handpick the stocks and investment targets that foreign investors crave, says Jun Li, Chief Investment Officer of Sagard China.
Jun Li, Chief Investment Officer of Sagard China, joins a panel to discuss China’s growth story as it opens its financial markets further to foreign investors.
Alex Bellefleur, Chief Economist and Strategist on the Mackenzie Multi-Asset Strategies Team provides his outlook on Q1 2019.
The Mackenzie Asset Allocation Team provides a background on factor investing and insight into their innovative approach to using factors.
The Mackenzie Resource Team sees investor opportunities in the shift from inefficient, polluting resources to sustainables, as climate change is forcing leading economies to make big decisions that could have a historic impact on resource sectors.
The Mackenzie Fixed Income Team considers the underlying reasons why they see a major risk for an upcoming pension crisis and its root causes.
In this paper, we make a case for taking a small cap approach to Japan, including these top five reasons that make them a compelling addition to a small cap portfolio.