Today’s podcast features a conversation about how Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM) is embracing tomorrow’s financial unknowns through the foundational investment processes and teams that deliver active equity, fixed income, and systematic investing solutions to our clients. To discuss, we’re talking with Ann Miletti, Head of Active Equity; George Bory, Managing Director, Fixed Income Strategy and Portfolio Specialists; and Jonathan Hobbs, Head of U.S. Solutions for the Multi-Asset Solutions team.
Ever experience that nagging voice in your head? I don’t deserve… I’m not worthy… I’m a fraud… It’s called Impostor Syndrome. Today we will talk with Ann Miletti, Head of Active Equity at Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM), about her career and how she came to view Impostor Syndrome—not uncommon among professional women—as her competitive advantage.
As investors reflect on recent market events surrounding the coronavirus, oil market turmoil, lifting of shutdowns, and events that have yet to unfold, they are contemplating what all this means for how they should invest. Avoiding rash decisions that are driven by fear or greed and sticking with a well-laid plan are at the top of the list. Equally important is working with partners who have the experience and discipline to put current market conditions in context and who can help investors successfully navigate new risks and opportunities that are emerging across capital markets. We asked senior investment leaders from Wells Fargo Asset Management to succinctly comment on the role that active management plays in times like these. Their responses are shared below.
International Women’s Day is March 8, a celebration of women’s achievements and a call to continue to build equality together. Today we will talk with Ann Miletti, Head of Active Equity at Wells Fargo Asset Management, about her career, why she’s passionate about asset management as a viable and rewarding career choice for young women today. A transcript is on AdvantageVoice®.
There’s a lot of talk in our industry about getting more women into the field of investing. We’ve made some strides, but we need more action.