Equity

At BMO, we have a range of equity capabilities. Our reach spans geographies, investment styles and market capitalisations (company sizes) and each of our investment teams enjoy the autonomy to develop sound philosophies and robust and repeatable processes.

Risk Disclaimer

The value of investments and any income derived from them can go down as well as up as a result of market or currency movements and investors may not get back the original amount invested. Past performance should not be seen as an indication of future performance.

Equity Capabilities

Global

Our global equity range

European

A selective approach to investment in Europe.

UK

Tap into the potential of UK equities.

Asian

A selective approach to investment in Asia.

 

Emerging Markets

Actively targeting growth potential at its most potent.

US

Equities focussing on the US market.

Equity Insights

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Closing Bell

At the start of 2019, investors were nervous and confidence was fragile. But a few days later came the dramatic pivot by the US Federal Reserve.

Europe – why focusing on great businesses, not the macro, makes sense

At its June meeting, the European Central Bank’s president, Mario Draghi, sent a clear signal that all is not well with the European economy.

BMO Responsible Global Equity Fund - April Update

Nick Henderson offers insights into the performance of BMO’s Responsible Global Equity Fund in April

BMO Responsible Global Equity Fund - March Update

Jamie Jenkins offers insights into the performance of BMO’s Responsible Global Equity Fund in March

Opening Bell 2019

This time last year we were enjoying a positive background for markets with synchronised global growth and a surge in profit expectations. Today the mood is very different. Growth has slowed, markets ended 2018 on a sour note and fears of recession are widespread.

Closing Bell 2018

Globally, economic growth remains in good shape but it is worth noting that whilst the rate of expansion increased in 2017 (after four years of disappointment) there has been some tempering of expectations this year.