United Kingdom, Intermediaries

Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson

Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson

Nanette’s views on market trends and opportunities draw on her long experience in the capital markets. She shares her insights with sub-advisory clients, as well as major broker-dealers and distributors. She also consults on strategic portfolio issues with clients, including insurance companies, endowments and foundations, pension funds and central banks. Nanette is a primary contributor to Wellington Management’s thought leadership, writing the firm’s most widely read publication, our quarterly Multi-Asset Outlook, as well as white papers on a variety of asset allocation topics.

 

Read more about Nanette and her views on Wellington’s Global Investment Strategy.

Featured Insights

2022 Multi-Asset Outlook
In our 2022 Multi-Asset Outlook, we expect markets to focus on central bank efforts to tame inflation without derailing the cycle, and take a look at five post-pandemic essentials for the year ahead.
November 2021
2022 Multi-Asset Outlook
The three prongs of higher inflation
Inflation is being pushed higher by three interrelated catalysts — labor, raw materials, and transportation. Global Investment Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson looks at each and how investors might position for a longer-than-expected period of higher inflation.
November 2021
The three prongs of higher inflation
Are developed markets getting less developed?
The short answer, according to Global Investment Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson: yes, at least in some ways. She and several of her Wellington colleagues refer to this long-term trend as the gradual “EM-ification” of DMs.
October 2021
Are developed markets getting less developed?
<span>Multi-Asset Outlook — </span>With growth and policy, which matters more: level or change?
While macro risks may be elevated somewhat, Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson and Daniel Cook still see opportunities, including in European equities and commodities. They also argue for being selective in credit while maintaining fixed income for diversification.
October 2021
Multi-Asset Outlook — With growth and policy, which matters more: level or change?
Investing amid the great inflation debate
The global economy is recovering and supporting the performance of risk assets, but rising inflation is a bogeyman now. Global Investment Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson and Investment Strategy Analyst Daniel Cook offer thoughts on how investors might navigate this mixed picture.
August 2021
Investing amid the great inflation debate
<p style="font-size: 13px; margin:7px 0;">FUTURE THEMES | SYSTEMS</p>The “EM-ification” of DMs
Global Investment Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson believes that many developed market countries are beginning to resemble their emerging market counterparts in certain ways. Here are some of her findings, along with possible paths forward and potential investment implications.
May 2021

FUTURE THEMES | SYSTEMS

The “EM-ification” of DMs
2022 Multi-Asset Outlook
In our 2022 Multi-Asset Outlook, we expect markets to focus on central bank efforts to tame inflation without derailing the cycle, and take a look at five post-pandemic essentials for the year ahead.
November 2021
2022 Multi-Asset Outlook
The three prongs of higher inflation
Inflation is being pushed higher by three interrelated catalysts — labor, raw materials, and transportation. Global Investment Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson looks at each and how investors might position for a longer-than-expected period of higher inflation.
November 2021
The three prongs of higher inflation
Are developed markets getting less developed?
The short answer, according to Global Investment Strategist Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson: yes, at least in some ways. She and several of her Wellington colleagues refer to this long-term trend as the gradual “EM-ification” of DMs.
October 2021
Are developed markets getting less developed?
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