Strategies

A comprehensive review of each client’s financial position determines the most appropriate investment strategy. Among many factors, this judgement includes evaluating future liquidity needs, projected cash flows, tax considerations, and risk-return objectives.

In addition to the need for any custom asset allocations, the following strategies are used to guide investment approaches for each client.

Global Asset Allocation

Seeks to outperform the broad financial market over the market cycle through global active management and a risk framework that helps protect against large losses.

Capital Appreciation

Seeks long term capital appreciation by investing primarily in common stocks. May hold fixed income and other securities to preserve principal value.

Balanced

Seeks to provide capital growth, current income, and capital preservation through an equal weighted portfolio of common stock and fixed income securities. May hold other securities to enhance returns.

Current Income

Seeks to provide current income and capital preservation, by investing primarily in fixed income securities. May hold common stock and other securities to grow principal value.

Fixed Income

Seeks long-term capital preservation and income by investing exclusively in fixed income securities, including: corporate, government, municipal, and structured bonds.