The Equity Imperative. Taking the Right Risks.
The Equity Imperative research series provides new insights around the evolving equity landscape to help you navigate a better route to achieving your investment objectives.
Evaluating the Efficiency of Smart Beta Indicies: A New Metric
Learn how well smart beta indices capture exposure to compensated risk factors and minimize unintended, uncompensated exposure can help explain the wide differences in performance results.
Choosing a 'Smart Beta' Factor: Not Which, But When
Read our latest paper to know why investment horizon, rather than the timing of incorporating factor-based strategies, is the key to meeting your objectives.
Preparing for a Low Carbon Economy
This paper examines how investors can achieve their broader investment objectives while meeting their low-carbon goals using a combination of Quality and Low Carbon.
Through The Looking Glass: Portfolio Truths. Factor Solutions.
Learn why even skilled, sophisticated investors are not achieving their precise objectives with their equity portfolios’ factor exposure.
Combining Risk Factors For Superior Returns
Explore how combining risk factors can offer diversification benefits to investors in addition to superior returns.
Improving Active Risk Budgeting
Learn why allocating a portion of your portfolio to managers with high levels of active risk is not the best way to generate outperformance.
Doing Good And Doing Well
Discover how you can pursue an environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy and obtain the best performance possible by incorporating quality factors in your portfolio construction.
What Is Quality?
Gain a better understanding of what “quality” is and how its inclusion in a factor-based portfolio can help improve investment results.
Understanding Factor Tilts
Examine how incorporating style factors into portfolio construction can bolster results, and which factors may have a bigger impact.
The New Active Decision in Beta Management
Learn why many investors are taking a more active approach to beta in their portfolios, by using alternative indices and engineering equity.