At Glenmede Investment Management we aim to produce superior risk-adjusted returns for our clients. To do so, we seek to incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) information, — where material — as part of our investment strategies. Our ESG investing capabilities also allow us to offer several strategies which take a more pronounced view on ESG as part of the investment process. In addition, we work with clients to design customized portfolios with focused strategies to meet investors’ ESG priorities.
We believe combining a disciplined blend of proprietary multifactor models and downside risk screens into a benchmark-agnostic portfolio of large cap growth stocks can achieve long-term performance.
The strategy integrates top-down and bottom analysis to target +/-2% of industry group weightings relative to the benchmark. With a continuity of the senior Large Cap Core team since the strategy’s inception, it is uniquely positioned to avoid bias toward expensive stocks.
With quantitative discipline and fundamental insight, we construct benchmark-agnostic portfolios of large cap stocks. Proprietary, sector specific models utilize factors based on fundamentals that drive performance to achieve long-term results.
Managers seek to construct a benchmark-agnostic portfolio of small cap stocks with a disciplined blend of proprietary multifactor models and downside risk screens that we believe can help achieve long-term performance.
The strategy’s investment philosophy is focused on constructing a benchmark-agnostic portfolio of non-U.S. stocks with a disciplined blend of proprietary, diversified models for each country and sector. Its competitive edge is derived from key attributes such as its focus on superior upside and downside capture.
The Total Market 130/30 invests in and shorts companies with an attractive or unattractive combination of valuation, fundamental, earnings and technical characteristics, respectively. The portfolio is based on proprietary, multifactor buy and sell models used to rank stocks within each sector.
The strategy focuses on constructing a well-diversified portfolio of large cap stocks using long and short equity positions with a disciplined blend of proprietary multifactor models and downside risk screens to achieve superior long-term performance.
The team seeks to construct a well-diversified portfolio of long and short equity positions with a disciplined blend of proprietary multifactor models. In combination with downside risk screens, we believe the strategy may achieve superior, long-term performance.
The strategy is focused on constructing a portfolio of large cap stocks, using positive and negative screens based on ESG rankings, integrated with proprietary multifactor models. Our disciplined process creates and consistently maintains a strategy with favorable attributes relative to the benchmark index.
The investment philosophy is focused on large cap stocks, which meet faith-based criteria, to construct a benchmark-agnostic portfolio with proprietary multifactor models. Our disciplined process emphasizes favorable attributes relative to the benchmark index utilizing unique stock ranking models for each sector, downside risk screens and leading industry group indicators.
Our team employs a quantitative discipline based on fundamental insights in investing in large cap companies with significant female representation in leadership — and favorable gender equality attributes. Our process tilts towards companies that exhibit stronger gender equality policies and practices and that promote gender diverse values through proxy voting and shareholder resolutions. With a disciplined process, we consistently maintain a strategy with favorable attributes relative to the benchmark index utilizing unique stock ranking models for each sector, downside risk screens and leading industry group indicators.
Our disciplined process employs a quantitative discipline based on fundamental insights. Managers construct benchmark-agnostic portfolios of large cap stocks, using environmentally sensitive screens with proprietary multifactor models in order to achieve superior long-term performance.
Managers employ a quantitative discipline based on fundamental insights that seeks to construct a well–diversified large cap portfolio of low carbon stocks. In using environmental screens and constructed with proprietary multifactor models, we believe the strategy may achieve superior long-term performance.
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