Chris Brigham, CFA

Senior Research Associate

2 Years at AB
9 Years of experience

Chris Brigham is a Private Client Senior Research Associate at Bernstein. He joined Bernstein in 2018 as a member of the US Portfolio Strategy team. Prior to Bernstein, he worked in finance and strategy for EpiBone, a biotechnology startup. He has previously worked as a research analyst at Longview Asset Management and Tiresias Capital (Omni Partners) and as an event-driven analyst and trader at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Chris earned his MBA from Columbia Business School, where he completed the Value Investing Program, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Economics from Claremont McKenna College. He completed the General Course at the London School of Economics and is a CFA charterholder. Location: New York

COVID as a Catalyst: Are the Political Tides Turning?
COVID as a Catalyst: Will Efficiency Fall by the Wayside in a Riskier World?

COVID as a Catalyst: Will Efficiency Fall by the Wayside in a Riskier World?

by Matthew D. Palazzolo, Christopher Brigham
For decades, efficiency has been the name of the game for corporate management. Now that the coronavirus has exposed the benefits of robustness, supply chains and capital allocation policies may change. Companies may also take another look at automation, using the recession and pandemic as a catalyst to substitute capital for labor, leading to consequences for their finances, their employees, and the economy overall.

Coronavirus, Economics, Equities


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COVID As A Catalyst: A Tailwind for Technological Adoption

COVID As A Catalyst: A Tailwind for Technological Adoption

by Matthew D. Palazzolo, Christopher Brigham
The coronavirus pandemic condensed years of technological adoption into a matter of months. Companies and industries who can take advantage of the shifts to remote working, telehealth, and online education will benefit. Those who cannot were already vulnerable and are now even more at risk. We analyze these trends and the likely winners and losers.

Coronavirus, Economics, Equities


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COVID as a Catalyst: The Long-Run Economic and Societal Impact of COVID-19
COVID as a Catalyst: The End of the Era of Good Macro?

COVID as a Catalyst: The End of the Era of Good Macro?

by Matthew D. Palazzolo, Christopher Brigham
We’ve all benefitted from the past few decades of “good macro”—low inflation, falling interest rates, and stable growth. Given the unprecedented economic shock to the system from the coronavirus pandemic and the staggering increase in the national debt and money supply in response, are we at increased risk of a “bad macro” environment in the future?

Coronavirus, Economics


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