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As we move into the second half of the year, Deutsche Asset Management anticipates a simultaneous pickup in both emerging and advanced economies—with an attractive outlook for European and Emerging Market equities. Factor-based international investing can tilt portfolio exposure to equities which exhibit attractive characteristics like lower valuations and higher quality.
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Abby joined Deutsche Asset Management in 2014 with 2 years of industry experience. Prior to joining, Abby served as a research coverage analyst of ETFs and passive mutual funds, primarily focused on income strategies, at Morningstar. She has her BA in Economics from The University of Chicago.
Brian joined Deutsche Asset Management in 2014 with 17 years of prior industry experience. Prior to joining, Brian served as a regional director of sales at TS Capital. Previously, he was a sales director at Legg Mason and at Smith Barney / Citigroup Asset Management. Brian has his BA in Economics from The University of Rhode Island; MBA from Xavier University.
Werner joined Deutsche Asset Management in 2004. Prior to his current role, Werner headed several teams within the investment platform, including Multi Strategy, Multi Asset Defensive and Currency Strategy. He was a portfolio manager for various mutual funds, including long/short currency funds, multi manager funds, global short duration and multi asset funds. Werner has his Master in Business Administration from Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.
|Title: Can international factor-based strategies help generate alpha?|
|Date: Thursday, August 10, 2017|
|Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time|
|Duration: 1 hour|