AllianzGI is one of the world's leading asset managers with a wide range of alternative investment strategies. AllianzGI offers a wide range of alternative investment strategies, some of which have track-records stretching back for a decade, including equity long/short, merger arbitrage, options trading, commodities, volatility, global macro, absolute return bonds, private debt, infrastructure debt and infrastructure equity. AllianzGI’s alternative investment teams manage over EUR 67bn of assets in alternative investment strategies.
Global Head of Alternatives
“Our dynamic, entrepreneurial approach to alternative investments allows us to identify new assets, asset classes and strategies and deliver them as co-mingled or segregated offerings for our global client base. At AllianzGI, we have the investment expertise that is required to ensure we can identify, capture and risk manage these alternative sources of investment return for our clients.
AllianzGI’s suite of alternative investment solutions provides our clients with access to our alternatives expertise across both publicly traded, private market and real asset strategies. We continue to develop our investment capabilities, provide innovative solutions and access to diversifying, low-correlation and absolute return options for clients.”
AllianzGI has over 90 experienced investment professionals working to deliver superior alternative investment solutions. Our clients can benefit from the global expertise and local market presence of our investment teams.*
AllianzGI’s suite of alternative investment solutions provides our clients with access to our alternatives expertise across both publicly traded, private market and real asset strategies.
Local sourcing, global reach and dedicated experts allow structuring of complex transactions and smooth execution.
We believe our highly disciplined, distinctive approach can offer investors flexibility in portfolio construction, enhanced diversification, improved risk/reward metrics and the potential to mitigate losses during market dislocations.
*31 December 2017