Actively aligned for long-term value
As a global investment manager, MFS strives to create long-term value and protect capital for clients through an active approach and an investment platform built on nearly a century of expertise. To make that long-term value meaningful for clients, we work to align with them on our beliefs, their needs and the time it takes to deliver on their desired outcomes. MFS’ approach to active management starts with this client alignment and is driven by:
Continuity: Time Is an Asset
We think, act and invest with a long-term perspective because we believe it’s the best way for us to create value for clients over time.
Collective Intelligence: Insight to Advantage
Driving robust research, diverse views and collaborative thinking through MFS Active IntelligenceTM, our investment platform, helps us make the best decisions for clients.
Risk Management: Seeing All Angles
Risk factors into every investment decision we make, because managing the downside is just as critical to outperforming as capturing the upside.
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