London-based global adviser
Lazard Asset Management has a history dating back to 1848, and has served as a trusted advisor to governments, businesses, and individuals around the world, managing investment portfolios and providing investment advice to institutional and individual investors. The firm now operates from 18 cities across 13 countries with a global staff of more than 750. Upwards of 300 investment personnel manage assets across a range of global, regional and country-specific strategies - both traditional and alternative - in listed equity and fixed income.
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Celebrating boutique and passive investing
Smith departs after 16 years with the firm
Run by Sean Reynolds
UK M&A activity in Q1 strongest for a decade
Earnings growth is projected by some market strategists to bounce back in emerging markets in 2017 following five lacklustre years, writes James Donald, head of emerging markets at Lazard Asset Management.
Further momentum for corporate profits
What will be Trump impact?
Lazard's Flood 'open' to energy and financials if Trump keeps word on fiscal plans but taking wait and see approach
Concentrated portolio remains unchanged following election
Emerging markets continue to face a number of macroeconomic challenges, often linked with the dramatic falls in commodity prices and political risks that investors must discount for.
Martin Flood, manager of the Lazard US Equity Concentrated fund, on why he believes US consumers can continue to drive economic growth as middle class fortunes improve.
Left Lazard in 2014
Martin Flood, manager of the Lazard US Equity Concentrated fund, explains the case for US equities despite their current premium valuation levels.
Defensives underperformed in H1
China's 'new economy', focused on consumer demand and the service sectors, is accelerating.
Focused on US securities
Will rebrand to PGIM in January
First fund for Henderson hire Arminjon
Nikko Asset Management has expanded its global fixed income team with the hire of fund manager Holger Mertens from Lazard.