International Equities: Why It Shouldn’t Be a “Wait-and-See”
Thursday, June 20, 2019
2:00 PM EDT | 11:00 AM PDT
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With U.S. equities now having outperformed their international counterparts in recent history, there have been plenty of discussions on how expensive the domestic stock market has become. Yet, many investors seem reluctant to allocate to companies abroad, shrugging off elevated valuations for U.S. stocks and any negative news fairly quickly. In this webcast, we will share:
- Our insights on why non-U.S. stocks deserve a meaningful allocation in a balanced equity portfolio; and
- Why now may be a good time to break away from the herd.
Jeff and Matt will be available to answer attendees’ questions during the webinar.
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Jeffrey Germain, CFA
Director, Investments Group
Brandes Investment Partners
Jeff Germain is a Senior Analyst on the Basic Materials Research Team, a member of the International Large-Cap Investment Committee and a limited partner of the firm’s parent company. Prior to joining Brandes, he was a Financial Analyst with Harcourt and the CFO of Golf Destinations.
Mr. Germain earned his BS in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His relevant experience began in 2001, when he joined Brandes Investment Partners.
Matthew C. Johnson, JD
Director, Private Client Sales
Brandes Investment Partners
Matthew Johnson is the Director, Private Client Sales, at Brandes Investment Partners. His responsibilities includes sales management, product distribution, and business development, as well as developing strategy and planning and executing the firm’s field sales efforts. Previously, Mr. Johnson was a Product Manager for Brandes’ Global, Global Balanced, and U.S. Equity strategies. He also held the position of Brandes’ Regional Director of Marketing and Client Services. Mr. Johnson received his JD from Santa Clara University and is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame. His relevant experience began in 1993 and he joined Brandes the same year.