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Investment Management

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The Ripple Effect of Rising Rates

BNY Mellon Wealth Management
January 2014

Investors may need to reevaluate their asset allocation and investment strategies, in light of the Fed's recently announced plan to curb its asset purchasing program.

Retirement Reset

Robert Capone
October 2013

Rob Capone, BNY Mellon's Head of Retirement, suggests defined contribution (DC) plans adopt the successful strategies used by defined benefit (DB) plans - investing in non-traditional assets - as a way to mitigate downside risk.

The Search for Growth: Three Roads to Prosperity?

Sponsored by BNY Mellon; Written by The Economist Intelligence Unit Limited
October 2013

What have the stimulus efforts of policymakers around the world yielded? For one, the U.S. and China are top investment destinations, while Europe and Japan continue to raise doubts.

Outlook 2014

Richard Hoey
November 2013

Why is Richard Hoey optimistic about the global economy for 2014? Hint: because the financial crisis is fading and there will be less fiscal tightening in developed countries.

Stop Betting Against Japan

Miyuki Kashima
September 2013

Miyuki Kashima, head of the Japanese Equity Division at BNY Mellon Asset Management Japan discusses how Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's monetary, fiscal and growth reforms might finally bring new life to Japanese equities.

Restoring Trust Post Crisis

Karen Peetz
November 2013

BNY Mellon President Karen Peetz urges the financial services industry to accept responsibility for the loss of trust stemming from the financial crisis and fundamentally rethink policies and rebuild organizations.

The Search for Growth: What's Next for Emerging Markets?

Sponsored by BNY Mellon; Written by The Economist Intelligence Unit
December 2013

Growth remains positive for emerging market economies, despite their vulnerabilities and the threat from Fed tapering to their capital flows. Investors offer insights, including re-conceptualizing EM as an asset class.