Sharon E. Fay, CFA

Sharon E. Fay, CFA

Head and Chief Investment Officer—Equities

26 Years at AB
30 Years of experience

Sharon E. Fay was named Head and Chief Investment Officer of Equities in July 2010. She is responsible for overseeing AB’s portfolio management and research activities relating to all equity investment portfolios. Previously, Fay served as CIO of Global Value Equities from 2003 to 2014. From 1999 to 2006, she was CIO of European and UK Value Equities, serving as co-CIO from 2003 to 2006 after being named CIO of Global Value Equities in 2003. From 1997 to 1999, Fay was CIO of Canadian Value Equities. Prior to that, she had been a senior portfolio manager of International Value Equities since 1995. Fay joined the firm in 1990 as a research analyst, subsequently launching Canadian Value, the firm’s first single-market service focused outside the US. She then went on to launch the company’s UK and European Equity services and build Bernstein’s London office, home of its first portfolio management and research team based outside the US. Fay holds a BA from Brown University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is a CFA charterholder. Location: New York

Inflation & Equities: Look Ahead, Not Behind
Global Investing in a Trumped-Up World

Global Investing in a Trumped-Up World

by Sharon Fay

The US economy wields a lot of influence over the rest of the world. And there will be plenty of uncertainty about 2017 until the incoming Trump administration provides more clarity on policy details. But there are some sensible steps investors can take now.

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Trump Accelerates Move to a New Era for Equities
Active-Passive Debate: The Public Policy Angle
Beating the Fear Factor in Equity Markets
Conviction Adds Clarity in Complex Markets
Don’t Submit to Market Distortions
Reconnecting with Energy Stocks

Reconnecting with Energy Stocks

by Sharon Fay

Plunging oil prices since mid-2014 have led many equity investors to shun energy stocks. We think that’s a mistake. By studying the aftermath of previous oil shocks, we believe investors can gain insight to prepare for a possible rebound.

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Grappling with Geopolitical Risk

by Sharon Fay

Financial markets have faced an increasing array of geopolitical risks this year. In our view, investors should put these events into the right context and focus on how individual companies might be affected when considering their potential impact on equity positions or allocations.

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