Since 1938, MacKay Shields has partnered with clients to help meet their investment goals through high quality products and exceptional service. We serve a prominent group of pension funds, government and financial institutions, family offices, high net worth individuals, endowments, and foundations from across the globe.
Boutique investment teams utilize their own philosophy, processes, and experience to add value across capital markets.
We offer our clients direct access to our investment teams. We’re well aware that our people are the best investment of all.
We provide purposeful opportunities for our employees and promote the well-being of the environment and communities in which we work and live.
At MacKay Shields we commit to the equitable treatment of all. To demonstrate this, MacKay worked with artist and photographer Maya Barkai to create this piece, which is meant to embody our diversity, equity and inclusion (left image). The piece of art (right) is created by MacKay's own Alina Sysak and represents the unique and diverse makeup of our firm.
Are bonds back? The Global Credit team give their thoughts as to why higher income will drive investment grade returns.
As interest picks up in the municipal bond space, MacKay Shields wanted to take you back to the basics. The MacKay Municipal ManagersTM team starts from the beginning and answers some of the burning questions investors have in the growing asset class.
We find that current emerging market valuations have priced in negative scenarios that are already reflected in risk premiums. For long term investors this creates a potential opportunity to gain exposure to fast growing and often resilient countries. Having learned during many crises in the past, decision makers in emerging markets who reacted early and decisively have reaped the rewards during this period of volatility.
In their latest insight, the MacKay Shields Fundamental Equity team believes that investing to improve the energy efficiency of buildings is a cost-effective solution to reducing carbon emissions.