The Financial Times recently spoke with Boston Partners’ Director of Global Markets Research, Michael Mullaney on the state of value investing. The article, “Why investors crave a return to the art of stock-picking,” by journalist Richard Henderson, published February 12, 2019, discusses shifting markets and the potential for value strategies to move to the forefront.
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Michael Mullaney is the director of global market research for Boston Partners. He rejoined the firm from Fiduciary Trust Company where he was chief investment officer and was previously the director of fixed income with Boston Partners Asset Management. Mr. Mullaney holds a B.S. degree (Cum Laude) in biological sciences from Boston University and an M.B.A. in Finance from Babson College. He has a total of thirty-six years of investment experience.
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