Global Equities: Making Sense Of A Market In Turmoil

Hollie Briggs, VP and Director of Product Management at Loomis Sayles, recently spoke with Citywire about how the Growth Equity Strategies team prepare for, and work through, the different eventualities that global equity markets can bring.

Hollie Briggs is a member of Loomis Sayles Growth Equity Strategies team. She recently sat down with Citywire to discuss global equities and other topics including how the team go about integrating ESG into their investment process, their thoughts on diversification, their bottom-up contrarian approach to investing, and more.
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