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PIMCO’s Active Investment Process

Our clients rely on an investment process that has been tested in virtually every market environment. Honed over 50 years, our process has helped millions of investors manage risk and pursue returns through every market environment.

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In today’s rapidly changing markets, investors are now more than ever looking for ways to gain an edge.

For over 50 years PIMCO has helped clients navigate virtually every investment environment. Because in dynamic markets, it takes a dynamic process.

Tested over decades, PIMCO’s active investment process takes a 360-degree view of the global economy and financial markets.

To get a big picture view what’s on the horizon, our annual secular forum brings together PIMCO investment professionals, distinguished guests and long-standing advisors to create a 5 year Marco economic outlook on a global scale.

To stay agile and up-to-date with the latest market developments, we continuously refine our outlook via cyclical forums where we examine a business cycle timeframe of 6-12 months.

The forums fuel the work of our investment committee, a group of senior portfolio managers, who distill insights into specific investment guidelines for all PIMCO portfolios.

To get a real feel on the ground for the risks we take, our analysts conduct in-depth credit research, risk-management and quantitative analysis for an understanding of risks and opportunities across countries, sectors, industries and individual securities.

Throughout our process, we apply behavioral science insights to help us control biases and make better decisions for portfolios and our clients.

Together, all of these inputs empower our seasoned teams of portfolio managers. Helping them actively manage portfolios and creating opportunities to help our clients succeed across changing markets and changing times.

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