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Nuveen believes investment specialization is required to navigate today’s complex global equity markets, building portfolios for clients across capitalizations, styles, sectors and geographies.

Equities strategies


  • Emerging markets
  • Frontier markets
  • Global
  • Non-U.S.
  • U.S.
  • Asia-Pacific
  • China
  • Europe
  • India
  • Japan


  • All cap
  • Large cap
  • Mid cap
  • Small cap
  • Small/mid cap


  • Consumer
  • Cyclicals
  • Financials
  • Health care
  • REITs
  • Technology
  • Long/short
  • Market neutral


  • Emerging markets
  • Global
  • International
  • Large cap active
  • Large cap quant
  • Low carbon


  • Active
  • Concentrated
  • Index
  • Quantitative
  • Smart beta
  • Core
  • Growth
  • Value

Diversified set of investment approaches

Variety of offerings including traditional core/benchmark aware, opportunistic and outcome-oriented solutions (e.g. income).
Disciplined, research-driven, repeatable process using proprietary tools to focus on stock and factor investing.
Highly disciplined, quantitative approach to create and maintain portfolios that seeks to tightly track the target benchmark.
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Dimitrios N. Stathopoulos
Head of Americas Institutional Advisory Services
*As of 30 Jun 2021. Nuveen assets under management (AUM) is inclusive of underlying investment specialists. Totals may not equal 100% due to rounding.

Equity investments will fluctuate and may decline in value, due to general market, economic and industry or sector conditions.
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