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  • Going global: Where experts are putting their money to work

    Watch what Tim Ng, Clearbrook’s Chief investment Officer, has to say about the firm’s views on the global and U.S. equity markets and the impact of the European elections.

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  • Private Equity Admin: Blockchain Revolution?

    FinOps article by Chris Kentouris, “Private Equity Admin: Blockchain Revolution?”, quoting Clearbrook about blockchain technology in private equity.

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  • Chief Investment Officer
    Looking Beyond The Election

    Looking Beyond the Election: Strategy and tactics for asset allocation during the Trump administration. With GDP, inflation, and interest rates forecast to rise under Donald Trump’s presidency, many have considered the Republican alignment of the House, Senate and White House administration a green light for making policies conducive for reductions in regulations, tax cuts for businesses, and changes in fiscal spending at the federal level.

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  • Clearbrook Perspectives
    Clearbrook to Discuss the Opportunities in Alternative Assets at Agecroft Partners Hedge Fund Investor Leadership Summit

    NEW YORK, N.Y., December 05, 2016 – In an effort to provide unbiased insights about hedge funds and strategies that can enhance risk – adjusted returns for portfolios, Clearbrook Global Advisors’ Chief Investment Officer Tim Ng will be participating on a panel at Agecroft Partners’ Hedge Fund Investor Leadership Summit in New York.

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  • Clearbrook Perspectives
    Post-Election Commentary

    An unexpected victory for Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election resulted in equity markets selling off in the early hours. As of this writing (9:15 AM) the S&P 500 is down by approximately -1.40%, bouncing off overnight lows, which were – 5.00%.

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  • Clearbrook Perspectives
    Clearbrook Global Advisors’ CEO Elliott Wislar kicks off Opal Group’s Public Funds Summit East event.

    NEW YORK, N.Y., July 21, 2016 – With continued concerns of funding liabilities for beneficiaries in a world of declining returns, Clearbrook Global Advisors’ CEO Elliott Wislar presented the Welcoming Remarks at this year’s Public Funds Summit East event titled Navigate the Future. Opal Group’s annual event in Newport, RI, began on July 18 with its Annual Regatta Cup and ended on July 20.

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  • Clearbrook Perspectives
    The people of the U.K. have decided to leave the European Union. The attached piece outlines Clearbrook’s perspective and outlook for the impact of “Brexit”.

    The people of the United Kingdom have voted to leave the European Union (EU). A s the political process unfolds, we anticipate the short term impact to the financial markets will be a period of uncertainty and volatility over the coming weeks and months.

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  • FIN Alternatives
    Clearbrook OCIO mandates double in the past year as outsourcing trend continues.

    Global alternative asset services provider Clearbrook Global Advisors has announced that the number of its outsourced chief investment officer, or OCIO, mandates has doubled over the past year.

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  • Asset T.V
    Clearbrook’s Chief Investment Officer, Timothy Ng, discusses opportunities in fixed income.

    Clearbrook Global Advisors chief investment officer Tim Ng discusses the opportunities he sees in fixed income moving into the second half of 2016.

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  • Yahoo!
    Clearbrook’s Chief Investment Officer, Timothy Ng, discusses whether CEOs are under too much pressure to protect dividends.

    Timothy Ng, Clearbrook Global Advisors, and Ron Weiner, RDM Financial Group, discuss whether CEOs are under too much pressure to protect dividends and whether the trend is sustainable.

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  • MSN
    Clearbrook’s Chief Investment Officer, Timothy Ng, provides perspective on market moves. (MSN)

    Ernesto Ramos, BMO Global Asset Management, is putting money to work here despite earnings worries; and Timothy Ng, Clearbrook Global

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  • CNBC
    Clearbrook’s Chief Investment Officer, Timothy Ng, provides perspective on market moves.

    District Taco’s Osiris Hoil wasn’t always a successful entrepreneur. Nearly 10 years ago, he found himself with a wife and child on the way, but no job after a construction layoff. CNBC’s Kate Rogers explains how a neighbor’s nudge helped Osiris Hoil to find his inner entrepreneur.

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  • CNBC
    Clearbrook’s Chief Investment Officer, Timothy C. Ng, discusses value investing in today’s market environment.

    While the bears cry 2008, the bulls are calling this not-for-the-faint-of-heart global markets volatility an opportunity. “The markets are going to continue to do what they do well, which is cycle through the fear and greed cycle and when we hit despair is usually the time when we start to see opportunities,” Nancy Tengler, Heartland Financial’s chief investment officer, said speaking to CNBC on Friday.

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  • Clearbrook Perspectives
    With the S&P 500 entering a correction yesterday, investors are speculating as to the primary causes.

    The S&P 500 entered a correction yesterday, and investors are speculating as to the primary causes, with the main culprits being falling oil prices, the fall in the Chinese Yuan, and the decline in Chinese equity markets prompted by misguided governmental oversight. The global market downdraft has actually changed the market sentiment for the first time since the “Great Recession”, from “let’s buy on the dip”, to “sell on any rise”. Investor outlook has changed because any of the aforementioned factors can singula rly or in c ombination cause a slow down in global economic growth. Here is our viewpoint regarding each factor.

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  • Wall Street Journal
    Chief Investment Officer, Timothy Ng, outlines his concerns about China’s currency issue.

    Stocks Tumble as 2016 Goes from Bad to Worse –Recap

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  • Clearbrook Perspectives
    Market Activity Update

    Selling pressure in U.S. equities and global risk markets began early last week, stemmed from downbeat economic data from China, and the surprise devaluation of its currency , the Remnibi . This in turn resulted in a rout of Asian and European markets as well as a renewed plunge in oil prices. Share s came under renewed pressure last Friday afternoon trading as the U.S. oil benchmark slid below $40 a barrel for the first time since February 2009 in response to global demand concerns and a persistent supply glut. The decline has also impacted the price of commodities such as copper and the currencies of several emerging market countries, all of which have hit multi- year lows

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