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Our investment philosophy is based on an intelligent, purposeful approach to risk. This disciplined investment approach ensures we consistently match our investors’ strategic goals with the appropriate level of risk across all our products and solutions.

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  • Our equity strategies target diverse regions, market capitalization and investor outcomes
  • Focused risk exposure reduces the chances of unintended consequences.
  • Strategies achieve long-term investment objectives by delivering consistent returns.

Equity Strategies for a Broad Range of Investor Portfolios

Active and passive strategies for multiple markets and in multiple vehicles.

Bob Browne, CFA

Bob Browne, CFA

Chief Investment Officer
Bob Browne is the chief investment officer for Northern Trust and is responsible for the investment performance, process and philosophy across multiple investment strategies, including fixed income, active equity and passive investments.


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