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Multi-Asset Solutions

Active listening, inventive thinking: Tackling the toughest investment challenges.

For more than three decades, the Investment Solutions Group (ISG) has developed asset class-spanning products and services aimed at realizing our clients’ diverse goals. Today, we serve clients around the world, with more than $237.50 billion in assets under management and under advisory/consulting, as of 31 March 2021.*

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We provide a wide range of investment solutions, from implementing short-term, tactical exposures to fully discretionary mandates (also known as “Outsourced CIO”). Here are some of our key multi-asset offerings:

Lastest Insights

Multi-Asset Solutions
Economic Growth Supportive of Growth Assets: Tactical Trading Decisions for November 2021

Even as inflation and supply chain constraints weighed on global growth, the sanguine jobs report suggests easing pressure. Strong margins should mean companies will be able to maintain their pricing power, which bodes well for future growth. While some caution is justified, our positive outlook for economic growth is supportive for growth assets.

18 November 2021 Article
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Moderate Near-Term Caution Warranted: Tactical Trading Decisions for October 2021

Markets have started to encounter some disturbances, including supply chain troubles, labor shortages and soaring energy prices. However, monetary policy should remain accommodative going into 2022 and global growth should continue to support corporate profits and risk assets. Overall, the economic recovery will continue, albeit at a more moderate pace, warranting some near-term caution.

20 October 2021
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Macro Backdrop Still Favors Risk Assets: Tactical Trading Decisions for September 2021

Each month, the State Street Global Advisors Investment Solutions Group (ISG) meets to debate and ultimately determine a Tactical Asset Allocation (TAA) that can be used to help guide near-term investment decisions for client portfolios. By focusing on asset allocation, the ISG team seeks to exploit macro inefficiencies in the market, providing State Street clients with a tool that generates alpha that is distinct (i.e., uncorrelated) from stock picking and other traditional types of active management. Here we report on the team’s most recent TAA discussion.

16 September 2021