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The Verdict Is In: It’s a Soft Landing for the Global Economy

Aug 1st, 2019 | Filed under: Newly Added, The A.I. Industry, Financial Economics Theory, The Global Economy & Currencies, Economics, Macroeconomics, Finance & Economics

Neuberger Berman has long pressed the investment thesis that the prolonged recovery from the depths of the Global Financial Crisis would end, when it ended, with a “soft landing.” There will be a slowing of growth, and with that an increase in volatility, but it need not involve a “hard”Read More


Endowments Should Prepare for Risks of Deflation

Apr 4th, 2012 | Filed under: Institutional Investing, Alpha Strategies, Risk management, Endowments & Foundations

Traditionally, the endowment model has involved holding illiquid assets, and benefitting from the premiums that markets pay institutions with a tolerance for illiquidity. Further, this self-image of endowments as buy-and-hold institutions leads to a de-emphasis of risk management, in the expectation that near term zigs and zags will level out nicely if given enough time. Mark Schmid and Que Nguyen, both of the University of Chicago, break with this model in a recent paper. They say, “While we continue to pursue strong returns, we must do so without taking on excessive risk to the University."Read More