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  • Stock market business graph chart on digital screen.
    • Private Banking
    Tom Martin, Matt Sweetser and Christine Hourihan provide an overview of the business environment on three fronts: the overall economy, the credit markets and the private equity and mergers and acquisitions markets.
  • Close up on a conceptual clock with the text early late and on time. Concept of good timing and choosing the right moment.
    March 19, 2021
    • Private Banking
    Deputy Chief Investment Officer Justin Reed and Head of Investment Research Tom Martin discuss market timing. They explore its allure and pitfalls, stressing our belief that the adoption of a value-oriented, bottom-up investment approach, along with a long-term investment horizon and prudent rebalancing plan, is a far more compelling investment strategy.
  • Stock market or forex trading graph for financial investment or Economic trends business.
    February 01, 2021
    • Private Banking
    BBH Chief Investment Officer Suzanne Brenner and Head of Investment Research Tom Martin review the markets and provide an update on our current portfolio positioning and priorities.
  • Abstract blue bar graph and yellow line graph
    December 02, 2020
    • Private Banking
    Tom Martin, Grant Smith and Christine Hourihan provide an overview of the business environment on three fronts: the overall economy, the credit markets and the private equity and mergers and acquisitions markets.
  • Giant cartoon hand dropping a gold coin into a building like a piggy bank
    March 04, 2020
    • Private Banking
    Investing in private markets is an important component of many client portfolios, and in this article, Caroline Thomas and Thomas Martin, both Senior Investment Analysts, provide advice on how to construct a prudently-sized private markets portfolio with adequate diversification.
  • Two businessmen and a business woman looking through magnifying glasses and binoculars
    • Private Banking
    Chief Investment Officer Suzanne Brenner and Head of Investment Research Tom Martin explore how the various aspects of our asset allocation, portfolio construction, risk management and manager selection processes work together to create value for clients.
  • Business man trying to decide between two closed doors
    November 02, 2017
    • Private Banking
    Senior Investment Analyst Tom Martin discusses the pitfalls of the value vs. growth investing framework and looks at our preferred model: quality and discount to intrinsic value.
  • Workers climbing scaffolding on construction site
    November 28, 2016
    • Private Banking
    In the feature article of this issue of InvestorView, Chief Investment Strategist Scott Clemons and Investment Strategy Analyst Tom Martin discuss BBH’s differentiated approach to building investment portfolios. They look at the two requirements of robust portfolio construction: asset allocation driven by an investor’s needs, along with capital allocation driven by partnering with managers who take a fundamental approach to investing.
  • A large green arrow pointing up with a cartoon man thinking inside and next to it a large red arrow pointing down with an identical cartoon man thinking
    July 29, 2015
    • Private Banking
    Investment Strategy Analyst Tom Martin provides an overview of long/short equity investing, discusses its attractive characteristics and challenges and shares our criteria for partnering with long/short investment managers.
  • Huge pile of green apples, with 4 red apples placed on the top
    October 20, 2014
    • Private Banking
    Investment Strategy Analyst Tom Martin reviews the reasons that we prefer and recommend concentrated and actively-managed investment strategies.

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