Multi-Asset Solutions Team

BMO’s multi-asset capabilities and funds are designed around helping investors meet their long-term investment goals. Our teams work to achieve the right balance between managing risks and grasping opportunities – both elements are important as we work to deliver the outcomes our clients seek.

The principle of diversification is a powerful one and each of our portfolios is made up of a blend of different asset types. Active management is key and strategic and tactical asset allocation as well as the selection of individual portfolio components all play a role.

Our multi-asset range includes risk-managed options providing scope for clear alignment with individual risk profiles as well as funds seeking to provide above inflation total returns.

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September 2020

The Fed’s new framework and its evolving reaction function

For investors, the implications are likely to be a more durable long-run “risk on” environment, a flatter yield curve and a depreciating dollar.

September 2020

Liquid alternatives: Opportunities and risks

Finding an asset with positive expected return and low correlation to existing investments can strengthen a long-term portfolio outcome.

July 2020

The U.S.-China relationship in a changing global economy

An inevitable blame game between the U.S. and China has followed COVID-19, but the crisis has really just extended the “trust deficit” that has been steadily building between the two countries in recent years.

June 2020

Thematic investing and the Post-COVID world

In the third in our series of virtual mini-forums, we discussed thematic investing post-COVID in one session and the outlook for oil in another.

June 2020

Recovery by 2022? It's fiscally possible

In this session, the debate focused on why the global economy may pull out of COVID-driven recession more quickly than consensus believes.

May 2020

U.S. policy: Pandemic puts the heat on China while tech regulation simmers

We focus on four areas of U.S. policy crucial to our near-term economic outlook: fiscal stimulus, U.S.-China relations, regulation of technology companies and the 2020 U.S. elections.