Randy Brown

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I am an insurance asset management industry veteran with over 30 years’ experience at global financial firms. As CIO of Sun Life Financial, I lead a 240+ global investment team in managing $100+ billion in Sun Life’s own insurance...
I am an insurance asset management industry veteran with over 30 years’ experience at global financial firms. As CIO of Sun Life Financial, I lead a 240+ global investment team in managing $100+ billion in Sun Life’s own insurance assets, as well as helping to build SLC Management (formerly Sun Life Investment Management), a third-party institutional asset management business, as head of insurance asset management. Being an asset owner and manager was a compelling draw to me. My career has taken me to the U.S., Canada, Asia and the UK. I have a BSc and MS of Engineering, both in Electrical Engineering, from Cornell University – which explains my passion for innovation and technology. I also have an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson School (Lester B. Knight Scholar). My greatest achievements are my three children, and the adventures I share with my wife of 30 years. Heli-skiing is next on my bucket list!
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Oct 29, 2019

President Elizabeth Warren? How To Plan For That

Compared to centrist Biden, Warren is advocating a firebrand progressive agenda to reform capitalism. Assuming she ends up in the Oval Office, what would her proposed policies mean for markets?
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Oct 9, 2019

Will The Current Slowdown Shift To A Downturn?

Forward-looking measures are pointing to a global slowdown, driven mainly by trade uncertainty. If businesses and consumers pull back, a downturn could be in the cards.
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Sep 23, 2019

Is The U.S. Heading Toward Negative Rates?

Today, almost $13.5 trillion of bonds in Europe and Japan are trading at a negative yield, but few view this as a normal scenario. The U.S. is unlikely to follow suit.
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