Areas of Expertise
- Creates and maintains our funds, portfolios and other products
- Performs in-depth research and due diligence to support our investment process
- Provides extensive research and reporting on investment managers, markets and other topics
- Produces thoroughly researched market commentaries and educational articles for our clients and their end investors
The SEI Investment Management Unit (IMU) is responsible for creating and maintaining an array of both proprietary and custom mutual funds, mutual fund model portfolios, separately managed account portfolios and alternative investments.
Our investment process is based on research and due diligence conducted by dedicated analysts in an open, academic environment where conclusions are based on carefully evaluated facts.
We provide extensive research and reporting on investment managers, financial markets and other investment topics.
Recent Articles from SEI Investment Management Unit
Putting 2018 in Perspective Despite a strong start to the year, capital markets finished 2018 with an intense bout of volatility and risk aversion
Inflation risks have started to come into focus Inflation risks have started to come into focus
Monthly Market Commentary: Selloff Scare Hits Markets Everywhere Capital markets almost universally posted dismal performance in October
Emerging-Market Tech Stocks Upstage FAANGs The influence of technology stocks in today’s emerging market indexes partly reflects the importance of technology companies in the economic growth of Asian countries.
Diversification: It's Not Always Easy to Do the Right Thing Our long-held belief that a diversified portfolio is the right approach
Risk Management: Goals-based Investing The risk-management objective of stability-focused portfolios is to minimize the risk of large losses, while growth-focused portfolios define risk as the possibility of insufficient long-term growth
Risk Management: Governance, Culture and Technology Our multi-asset risk model maps securities to a set of risk factors that helps explain variability of returns