Tue, Jun 09 | Zoom Webinar

Capital Markets: Navigating Through a Crisis

Alger has navigated seven recessions and countless crises, during their more than 55 years of investing in growth equities. They will discuss strategy and in particular, what types of equities have been highly resilient during such uncertain times.
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Capital Markets: Navigating Through a Crisis

Time & Location

Jun 09, 2020, 12:00 PM MDT
Zoom Webinar

About the Event

Join Us & Brad Neuman for a Discussion on Navigating Through a Crisis

Bio: Bradford Neuman is Senior Vice President and Director of Market Strategy at Alger Funds. He joined Alger in 2015 and has 20 years of experience. Before joining Alger, Brad was a Partner at Omega Advisors, where he

managed investments in the consumer sector. Prior to that, he was a Managing Director at Glenview

Capital where he had similar responsibilities. Earlier in his career, Brad was an Equity Research

Associate Analyst at Credit Suisse focusing on equity market strategy, and prior to that, he was

responsible for covering the wireless telecommunications industry for the firm. He started his career as

an Equity Research Associate at Schroder & Co. Brad earned his B.B.A. with High Distinction from

Emory University in 1999. He is also a CFA charterholder and a member of the CFA Institute. Brad has

appeared frequently on CNBC and has been quoted in Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg,

The Washington Post, Institutional Investor, Pensions & Investments, and MarketWatch.oit. 

 

The Topic of Discussion: Navigating Through a Crisis

Alger has navigated seven recessions and countless crises, including the Global Financial Crisis, the

dot.com bubble burst, the Asian Financial Crisis, and September 11th during their more than 55 years of

investing in growth equities.

They believe that the lessons learned throughout these events are applicable during this current crisis. First, their

experience and research shows that innovation grows through all kinds of economic volatility. Second, strong

competitive advantages often translate into expanded market shares in times of stress in the economy. Third,

in their view, liquidity and balance sheet flexibility are paramount so that great companies can survive and thrive

in the inevitable recovery.

Throughout these market-changing events, equities, and in particular, equities of innovative companies that

aggressively capture market share and maintain strong balance sheets, have historically been highly resilient.

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