The latest issue of the Investment Quarterly, State Street Global Advisors Institutional flagship publication, focuses on how we as a firm are embracing disruption on multiple fronts to the benefit of our clients: helping them broaden their measures of value and performance beyond risk-adjusted returns (LDI, ESG, absolute return); launching new factor-based capabilities (ACES) as well as tracking the effects of technology disruption on specific sectors, business models and the investment opportunities of the future (featuring our fundamental analysts). In addition, we introduce SSGA's Global Chief Retirement Strategist Amlan Roy's pioneering research around demographics, one of the most important disruptive trends reshaping how we think about saving and investing. We also feature guest contributors, including the head of the Netherland's second-largest pension plan, Else Bos of PGGM, Rebecca Fender of the CFA Institute's Future of Finance program, and Lou Maiuri, head of State Street's Global Exchange and Global Markets business.
Authors: Rick Lacaille, Global CIO, State Street Global Advisors; Lou Maiuri, EVP Global Exchange/Global Markets, State Street; Rebecca Fender, Head, Future of Finance, CFA Insitute; Else Bos, CEO, PGGM; Lori Heinel, Deputy Global CIO, State Street Global Advisors; Don Torey, CIO, Alternative Investments, State Street Global Advisors; David Selbovitz, Portfolio Strategist, Alternative Investments, State Street Global Advisors; John Saager, Equity Analyst/Sector Portfolio Manager, State Street Global Advisors; Joe Lawlor, Research Analyst, Fundamental Equities, State Street Global Advisors; Bill Sandow, Vice President, Equity Research, State Street Global Advisors; Jeffrey Looby, Research Director, Fundamental Equities, State Street Global Advisors; Michael Neft, Senior Equity Research Analyst, State Street Global Advisors; Matt Nest, Global Head of Fixed Income and Alternatives Strategy, State Street Global Advisors; Amlan Roy, Global Chief Retirement Strategist, State Street Global Advisorsview more white papers
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