Richard Cochinos, CFA®, CAIA® - Alaska Permanent Capital Management

Richard Cochinos, CFA®, CAIA®

Senior Portfolio Manager

Alaska Permanent Capital Management  2020-Present
UBS, Executive Director, Head of Macro Sales and Trading Content, 2017-2020
Citibank, Director, European Head of G10 FX Strategy, 2013-2017
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, Vice President, FX Strategist, 2006-2013

Northwestern University, MA Economics
University of California Santa Cruz, BA Mathematics

Chartered Financial Analyst®
Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst®
Series 65 License

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Meet Richard Cochinos, CFA®, CAIA® – Senior Portfolio Manager

By Amber Frizzell | November 9, 2020 | Comments Off on Meet Richard Cochinos, CFA®, CAIA® – Senior Portfolio Manager

Richard Cochinos is a Senior Portfolio Manager on the Multi-Asset team, specializing in Alternative Investments and Global Macro. Richard came to APCM in 2020 from UBS, where he was the Head of Macro Sales and Trading Content, and the North American Head of the Knowledge Network. His personal research focuses on cross-asset positioning, market sentiment, […]

Finding Value in Maturing Investment Cycles

By Katelynn Toth | August 23, 2021 | Comments Off on Finding Value in Maturing Investment Cycles

Bottom line: What’s driving returns in your portfolio is shifting from predominantly equities, to alternative assets, and specifically real assets. Such shifts help signify a maturing recovery and investment cycle (where you need to be more selective). The good news is the path is still UP for risky assets, but you should expect more 2-way […]

Holding More Cash in 2021 Can Buffer Your Fixed Income Losses

By Katelynn Toth | April 12, 2021 | Comments Off on Holding More Cash in 2021 Can Buffer Your Fixed Income Losses

Bottom Line: Cash has historically had a bad rap in portfolio construction (i.e. cash drag and other negative terms) – but with interest rates set to rise and bond prices falling over 2021, rules of thumb should be reexamined. Given the constraints on Fixed Income (risk control in most portfolios), holding more cash helps to […]