We work side-by-side with advisors to personalize and tax optimize indexed equity SMAs (separately managed accounts) that reflect the individuality of each investor.
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That’s 23 years of sweating the details to design optimal solutions for each of our clients.
That’s 11,500 unique learning experiences you can benefit from.
That’s our philosophy. We partner with you as an extension of your team.
Working together often begins with a conversation to unpack investment preferences.
We map data to client preferences to craft a unique portfolio.
We regularly rebalance while optimizing for after-tax performance.
A simple question at your next meeting may be all it takes to uncover valuable tax “gold.” For the charitably inclined, a more tax-efficient alternative to effectively liquidating appreciated securities and donating the after-tax cash proceeds to charity may be to contribute the most highly appreciated securities directly to charity and then replenish the account with cash.
Investors interested in intersectionality—how gender intersects with other aspects of identity such as race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, and religion, and the implications for social and political equity—may choose to use their shares to directly engage in a dialogue with companies to push for more data disclosure, more diversity on companies’ boards, and policies and practices that are supportive of minority employees.
The S&P 500 Index return was up 18.4% in 2020, even though 95% of its constituents experienced a drawdown of more than 10%. This is not, however, just another crazy thing that happened in 2020. The pairing of strong US large-cap index performance with large drawdowns to most index constituents has been the norm and not the exception since 1975. The S&P 500 return was positive in 38 of 46 years since 1975, while more than half the S&P 500 constituents had a drawdown larger than 10% in 41 of those years.
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