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Q & A with Tap Chibaya - Chevy Chase Trust Noteworthy

Q & A with Tap Chibaya

We recently sat down with Tapfuma Chibaya, an Equity Research Analyst at Chevy Chase Trust, to learn more about his background and what he enjoys most about his career.

At Chevy Chase Trust’s 2017 Fall Investment Symposium, Spencer Smith, Head of Institutional Investments, discusses the thematic research process.

Spencer described the characteristics of a successful theme and also outlined how we use investment research to narrow down the over 250,000 publicly traded securities to the 40 or 50 stocks that go into client investment portfolios. “Before we make an investment in any individual company, there’s a long dynamic process that precedes that decision.”

 

To view highlights from Spencer’s presentation, click here.

To view his full presentation, click here.

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Thematic Investing

At Chevy Chase Trust's 2017 Fall Investment Symposium, Spencer Smith, Head of Institutional Investing, discusses the thematic research process.


At Chevy Chase Trust’s 2017 Fall Investment Symposium, Tap Chibaya, Equity Research Analyst, presents the theme of U.S. Urbanization.

Tap began by pointing out that, for the first time in one hundred years, the rate of urban population growth is outpacing suburban areas, and America’s global competitiveness is now more centered around urban areas and the amenities and opportunities they offer. “Urbanization will contribute to sustainable growth in the U.S. by increasing productivity and allowing innovations and new ideas to emerge.”

To view highlights from Tap’s presentation, click here.

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U.S. Urbanization

At Chevy Chase Trust's 2017 Fall Investment Symposium, Tap Chibaya, Equity Research Analyst, presents the theme of U.S. Urbanization.

Amy Raskin, Chief Investment Officer, presents a global macro overview and the four steps of the investment process at Chevy Chase Trust’s 2017 Fall Investment Symposium.

Amy’s presentation included an interactive audience response system that allowed participants to provide feedback on various topics of behavioral bias. She also covered the steps of our investment process. “We have developed a robust four-step process which helps us identify and capitalize on investment opportunities earlier than our competitors. This process also helps us manage risk though both proper identification of where we are in the economic cycle and very careful, deliberate portfolio construction.”

To view highlights from Amy’s presentation, click here.

To view her full presentation, click here.

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Global Macroeconomic Overview and Investment Process

Amy Raskin, Chief Investment Officer, presents a global macro overview and the four steps of the investment process at Chevy Chase Trust’s 2017 Fall Investment Symposium.

Bobby Eubank, Equity Research Analyst, presents the theme of Automation at Chevy Chase Trust’s 2017 Fall Investment Symposium.

Bobby discussed how automation is enabling three areas of change in the retail supply chain that enable better service, lower cost, and faster delivery. “Automation equipment could dramatically expand beyond the giant factories and truly affect our daily lives.”

To view highlights from Bobby’s presentation, click here.

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Next Generation Automation

Bobby Eubank, Equity Research Analyst, presents the theme of Automation at Chevy Chase Trust's 2017 Fall Investment Symposium.

Market Update

U.S. equity markets closed higher both days after the Donald Trump victory and Republican sweep of Congress.

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Thematic investing is at the core of portfolio management at Chevy Chase Trust. We believe that adherence to a thematic investment process delivers superior results over wealth-relevant time horizons.