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Each quarter, Northern Trust's Multi-Manager Solutions group surveys approximately 100 investment managers worldwide for their outlook on the financial markets, the economy and topical issues affecting investors.

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Christopher E. Vella, CFA

Christopher E. Vella, CFA

Managing Director, Multi-Manager Solutions
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Christopher E. Vella, CFA

Christopher E. Vella, CFA

Managing Director, Multi-Manager Solutions
 

Christopher E. Vella is the chief investment officer of multi-manager solutions at Northern Trust Asset Management with responsibility for manager research and portfolio construction processes across the group. He is responsible for the global manager research platform at Northern Trust, consisting of approximately $75 billion in assets under management, across more than 200 investment strategies. He manages a team of more than 25 investment professionals across all traditional asset classes. The team covers all external manager relationships on behalf of Northern Trust's private and institutional clientele.

Previously, Christopher was a founding member of Goldman Sach's external manager business, which consists of institutional and private client assets. While at Goldman Sachs, he managed the international and emerging markets equity team. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Christopher spent close to six years at SEI Investments working primarily on international equity and emerging markets equity manager research. He has 20 years of manager research experience.

He received a bachelor's degree magna cum laude in finance with a minor in applied mathematics from Lehigh University and was elected into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He is a member of the New York Society of Financial Analysts. Christopher is a CFA® charterholder.

Lowering Expectations for Interest Rates

 
April 8, 2019: We have lowered our expectations for the U.S. Treasury 10-year yield and now think the Fed will cut rates later this year. CIO Bob Browne explains.
 

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