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Ivy Investments is now a part of Macquarie Asset Management
As of April 30, 2021, Ivy Investment Management Company is now part of Macquarie Asset Management. Macquarie Asset Management (MAM) provides specialist investment solutions to clients across a range of capabilities including infrastructure & renewables, real estate, agriculture, transportation finance, private credit, equities, fixed income, and multi-asset solutions.
The Infinite Loop®
The influences shaping today’s global marketplace aren’t just interrelated — they’re interdependent. And as
the world’s economies evolve, growth and change create opportunities for the right companies willing to rise
to the occasion. This creates a loop of potential financial opportunity. It begins with global rebalancing, as emerging markets gain greater influence on the world. This creates increased demand
for raw materials and resources. As these nations continue to develop, the need for innovation and
transformation increases. Many times, it’s great American companies that meet the demands of
these developing countries. And the cycle continues. Based on the world’s economic needs and the companies
that meet them, the potential for financial opportunity appears endless.
The world’s economy is changing and shifting away from growth dominated in the United States. We see
vast potential in developing and emerging nations where economic systems allow the people to tap their
own resources and increase their standards of living.
Growing economies in emerging markets contribute to the success of many great American companies. As U.S.
companies increase the export of goods and services to global markets, they are poised to reap the