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April 2, 2020

Alpha generating effectiveness of factor-timing strategies has been a matter of ongoing debate. GIM’s Quantitative Equity Portfolio Manager Alexander Atanasiu addresses the topic in this whitepaper by examining  how a time-weighting function might be used to avoid common pitfalls, such as implementation shortfall, often associated with other factor timing strategies.

March 31, 2020

Derivatives Portfolio Manager Sean Heron, CFA, discusses the size of the current options opportunity set and how market dislocation has created an active advantage for Glenmede’s Secured Options Strategy.  Sean also reviews how last month’s downside protection has now been switched to upside participation.

March 31, 2020

Our President Peter J. Zuleba, CFA address GIM's commitment to client service during turbulent markets. With a solid financial foundation and a strong balance sheet our portfolio management team has the ability to focus on our client partnerships.

March 30, 2020

Stacey Gilbert, Derivatives Portfolio Manager and Rob Daly  Director of Fixed Income, address the recent volatility and dislocations in fixed income markets.

March 27, 2020

Historic record breaking outflows in the municipal bond market were triggered by the current low liquidity in an environment of economic uncertainty.  However, current interest rates and depressed pricing are also creating opportunities for risk compensation for active security selection of high quality municipal bonds.

March 27, 2020

High stock correlations caused by COVID-19-related indiscriminate selling creates opportunities for active managers to select stocks considered more likely to withstand the economic downturn and emerge in a stronger competitive position.

March 23, 2020

Stacey Gilbert comments on Implied Volatility in Bloomberg.

March 20, 2020

Our President Peter Zuleba, CFA, addresses the NYSE  temporarily moving to all-electronic trading and the GIM Trading Team's protocol and execution approach.

March 20, 2020

The liquidity crunch is causing massive price dislocations in fixed-income markets — notably municipal high-yield bond ETF price discounts to NAV. ETFs reflect more current prices because they are required to provide immediate liquidity, causing price disparities with underlying bonds that are difficult to trade. Price dislocations may create opportunities for active managers to select mispriced securities offering a more compelling risk/reward.

March 20, 2020

The record speed of the market’s recent descent reflects investors’ uncertainty over the extent of coronavirus-related economic fallout creating volatility and a liquidity crunch. The Glenmede Investment Management Team answers prevalent and pertinent questions from our clients providing insight into past historical selloffs, present market events to watch and indicators to foreshadow the potential future of the marketplace.

March 18, 2020

The first two months of 2020 were highly volatile for the capital markets with equity markets favoring growth stocks with the highest valuations and negative earnings. However when market conditions normalize, we believe the Glenmede Quantitative Large Cap Core Strategy will be well positioned with it's multifactor approach.

March 18, 2020

The first two months of 2020 were highly volatile for the capital markets with equity markets favoring growth stocks with the highest valuations and negative earnings. However when market conditions normalize, we believe the Glenmede Quantitative Large Cap Growth Strategy will be well positioned with it's multifactor approach.

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