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. It recently launched a global commodities fund focusing primarily on futures as well as stocks.
Buxton, Williams and Custis prep for cuts
Thoughts on UK equities, gold and emerging markets
In today's market environment, uncertainty is widespread.
Targets 20%-30% lower risk than average
Senior fund managers and economists discuss biggest headwinds and tailwinds
Emerging markets, much like developed markets, have been influenced by macroeconomic and political developments since the start of the year.
Celebrating the achievements of women in in the industry
European equity income specialist
Over 1,300 nominations received
Eleanor Price also joins team
Run by Michael Weidner and Daniel Herdt
Based in London and New York
Firm's forecast for 2019
Investing in commodity futures and stocks
Smith departs after 16 years with the firm
This year's event takes place on 5 July
Popular following GFC
Run by Sean Reynolds
UK M&A activity in Q1 strongest for a decade
Anticipates improved consumer confidence
British consumers held up well in the wake of the UK Brexit referendum last year, but signs of weakness have emerged.
Investment Conundrums: Lazard AM's Donald - 'The potential for protectionist policies under Trump remains a chief concern for EM investors'
China debt level's and Trump's agenda cited as key risks
Effective 1 October