Institutional Investing

Your investment needs, and the evolution of your objectives, are aligned to our capabilities spanning geographies, asset classes, and style.

Aligning your needs with our investment capabilities

Navigating complexity is a critical investment skill. Choppy and dislocated markets, as well as an erratic political and social landscape, amplify the importance of understanding the interconnection between securities, asset classes and markets.


Whether you are re-evaluating a portfolio strategy or narrowing in on a tactical allocation, you can expect our broad team of experienced investment specialists to work closely with you to identify tailored, market-aware solutions.

Our investment capabilities

BMO GAM prides itself on being able to offer institutional clients tailored investment solutions that leverage our vast array of capabilities. Our specialized teams of investment professionals construct portfolios that meet your needs – in the short term and long term.

Active Equities

With a legacy in managing equities spanning over 30 years, BMO GAM offers institutional investors a broad and diverse choice of equity solutions.

Active Fixed Income

The best of both worlds – targeting attractive returns while preserving capital.
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Multi-Asset Solutions

The Multi-Asset Solutions Team (MAST) works to achieve the right balance between managing risks and seizing opportunities.

Alternative Investments

Aiming to enhance returns, generate income and improve diversification.

Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)

ETFs designed to meet a variety of unique and evolving investment goals.

Institutional insights

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May 15, 2024

The Fed’s Last Stand: A Solitary Rate Cut Expected for 2024

As Spring begins to fade, the continuation of uncertainty on interest rate cuts remains of paramount importance.
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April 24, 2024

A Crucial U.S. Election That is Likely to Deliver Vastly Different Policy Outcomes

The victor of a Biden-Trump presidential rematch will likely pursue almost diametrically opposing policy ambitions compared to his opponent. The outcome of the November election could hold deep implications for inflation, growth, regulation and beyond, write Michael Gregory, Deputy Chief Economist, and Sal Guatieri, Senior Economist, BMO Financial Group.
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April 23, 2024

Intuition vs. Computation: A Brief History of Quant Investing

With quant strategies once again appearing in news headlines, BMO Global Asset Management’s new Head of Quantitative Investments, Lu Lin, offers a primer on the historical push and pull in institutional investing between human instinct and mathematical models.
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