Multi-Asset​

We offer a multi-asset platform that encompasses absolute return approaches, advanced beta and alternative risk premia strategies, and blended solutions of these components, all managed within Wellington Management’s distinctive risk-based framework.

Our offerings are informed by a team-based approach, with a strong ethos of collaboration from specialists across investment disciplines, including fundamental, macro, quantitative and technical analysis.

Investment in the funds described below places an investor’s capital at risk. Alternative investments tend to be speculative and use leverage, which can magnify potential losses. Additionally, they can be subject to increased illiquidity, volatility and counterparty risks, among other risks.

ALTDynamic Diversified Income Fund

Dynamic multi-strategy fund with a diversified approach to sustainable income

OTHER TYPES OF ALTERNATIVES

ABSOLUTE RETURN
FIXED INCOME

Fixed income and currency approaches with an absolute return style.

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HEDGED EQUITY

Regional and thematic long/short listed equity approaches.

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PRIVATE EQUITY​

Investing in the equity of unquoted companies.

REAL ASSET​

Approaches that invest in physical assets, including commodities.

RELATED INSIGHTS

Allocating to China — a deeper dive by asset class
Learn why we believe there is a strong case for increasing allocations to China across multiple asset classes.
October 2020
Allocating to China — a deeper dive by asset class
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Credit market recovery? Take a closer look through an alternative lens
Credit market dispersion remains elevated, and market dysfunction related to liquidity and other factors hasn't gone away. Investment Director Chris Perret explains why and what it means for alternative credit strategies.
October 2020
Credit market recovery? Take a closer look through an alternative lens
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Credit dispersion continues: Q&A
Portfolio Manager Ryan Valente offers his insights on today's dispersion-driven credit opportunities, changes since the COVID-19 pandemic, and the value of managing alternatives credit at Wellington.
September 2020
Credit dispersion continues: Q&A
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Technology: How COVID-19 has brought forward the future
The COVID-19 crisis has been a key catalyst for long-term value creation in the technology sector. Portfolio Manager Bruce Glazer highlights five big sector trends that aren't going away anytime soon.
July 2020
Technology: How COVID-19 has brought forward the future
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Asking private companies to show their ESG<br> credentials
ESG issues are a growing area of focus in the public market, but what about the private market? Our co-head of Private Investments and our director of ESG, Private Investments, argue for informed and active ownership from the initial investment until the IPO.
July 2020
Asking private companies to show their ESG
credentials
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Dislocation, dispersion, dysfunction and distress: why credit markets call for alternative strategies
Amid the historic economic and market turmoil of the COVID-19 crisis, we believe underlying credit market conditions have yielded a variety of potential investment opportunities. In this paper, the authors outline four drivers of opportunity and consider the role different alternative credit strategies may play in pursuing them.
June 2020
Dislocation, dispersion, dysfunction and distress: why credit markets call for alternative strategies
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Andrew Bayerl
 CFA, CAIA
Multi-sector credit opportunities amid COVID-19: Q&A
Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Campe Goodman discusses the many opportunities offered by credit market dislocations during the COVID-19 crisis.
June 2020
Multi-sector credit opportunities amid COVID-19: Q&A
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Dislocation and opportunity: thoughts on alternatives after the market sell-off
How have alternatives been affected by the market upheaval and where might allocators find opportunity in the alternatives space going forward? Dennis Kim, director of Custom Alternative Solutions, shares his views.
May 2020
Dislocation and opportunity: thoughts on alternatives after the market sell-off
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