Despite concerns of market volatility, the financial markets performed well in 2021, with broad equity indices showing strong returns.
After more than two years of lockdowns and market uncertainty, the economic outlook for 2022 is looking more positive, but has the market already priced that in?
In this session, our Chief Investment Officer, Samuel Rhee, and Investment Lead, Yulin Liu, discuss:
- Global macroeconomic conditions and how financial markets performed in 2021
- How the different Endowus portfolios have performed against benchmarks and competitors
- Macro & market outlook for 2022 and beyond, and how inflation and monetary policy will affect the financial markets
About the Speakers
As the Chief Investment Officer & Chairman of Endowus, Sam is responsible for the company’s asset allocation and investment selection. He heads the Investment Committee and ensures holistic portfolios for every investor.Sam has over 27 years of investment experience, managing investment portfolios in excess of US$20 billion dollars while working with the largest financial institutions in the world. He is the former Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer at Morgan Stanley Investment Management in Asia.
As the Investment Lead at Endowus, Yulin focuses on investment due diligence and portfolio construction, and coordinates with other departments on investment-related matters. She is a member of the Investment Committee and is passionate about making investing more accessible and easier for individuals. Her most recent role was with AQR Capital Management, where she served major institutional investors across Asia in their investment and portfolio monitoring needs. Yulin holds a Masters in Financial Analysis (Distinction) from London Business School, and a MEng in Engineering, Economics and Management (First Class Honours) from the University of Oxford.
Investment involves risk. Past performance is not a guarantee to future returns, and the value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up. Please refer to our full disclaimer. This post has not been reviewed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
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