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Mark Hamilton

Chief Investment Officer, Asset Allocation & Alternatives, Portfolio Manager

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Tenure

  • 23 YRS

    Industry

  • 4 YRS

    Oppenheimer

  • B.A. from University of Southern California
  • M.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Sloan School of Management

Mark Hamilton is the head of the Global Multi-Asset Group, leading the Firm’s efforts in designing and implementing multi-asset products and solutions. Mark is a portfolio manager of the Global Allocation, Global Multi-Alternatives, Global Multi-Asset Income, Global Multi-Asset Growth and Portfolio Series strategies.

Mark joined the firm in 2013 from AllianceBernstein, L.P., where he held various roles throughout his 19-year tenure. Most recently, he was Investment Director on the Dynamic Asset Allocation portfolio management team. In this capacity, he managed investments across global asset classes and directed the design, development and implementation of dynamic asset allocation strategies for institutional, sub-advisory, retail and private client channels. He previously served as Head of the North American Blend team, Director of Fixed Income Plus Strategies, and Co-Head of the UK and European Fixed Income team.

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  • B.A. from University of Southern California
  • M.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Sloan School of Management

Insights

Multi-Asset

GMAG Monthly: Topsy-Turvy―A New Market Narrative

Chief Investment Officer, Asset Allocation & Alternatives, Portfolio Manager

The U.S. election turned the prevailing market narrative on its head. What’s next?

Multi-Asset

GMAG Monthly: Cyclical Opportunities in Emerging Markets

Chief Investment Officer, Asset Allocation & Alternatives, Portfolio Manager

Get the latest on our Global Multi-Asset Group’s key portfolio allocations.

Multi-Asset

GMAG Monthly: Evaluating Risk in the Credit Cycle

Chief Investment Officer, Asset Allocation & Alternatives, Portfolio Manager

Portfolio Manager

Growing risks to the aging credit cycle may threaten its longevity.

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