Moira A. McLachlan, CFA

Moira A. McLachlan, CFA

Senior Investment Strategist

5 Years at AB
24 Years of experience

Moira A. McLachlan is a Senior Investment Strategist with Bernstein’s Wealth Strategies Group and located in the Miami office. She is a member of the firm’s Private Client Investment Policy Group, which provides asset allocation, investment and risk management advice for high-net-worth clients, endowments and foundations. She joined the firm in 2014 bringing with her 18 years of broad-based experience in investment research and portfolio management. Prior to joining Bernstein, Moira was a portfolio manager with Hansberger Global Investors, where she was responsible for managing international equity portfolios for institutional clients and conducting fundamental equity research. Prior to that, she was with Mackenzie Investment Management in various research positions, first as an emerging-market analyst and later managing a team of analysts as head of international equity research. During her eight years at the firm, she was responsible for managing both international and emerging-market portfolios. Moira has BA degrees in both multinational business operations and Spanish from Florida State University and a master of international business studies from the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder and a member of CFA Society Miami. Moira speaks Spanish and Portuguese.

Investing in Healthcare Disruption

Investing in Healthcare Disruption

by Moira McLachlan
Healthcare has traditionally been a defensive sector with spending that is less sensitive to overall growth than other parts of the economy. As a result, healthcare stocks have tended to produce more consistent returns than the broader market. But disruption on multiple fronts is challenging the status quo and undermining the sector’s defensive qualities.

Disruption, Equities


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Can Car Manufacturers Survive Shared Mobility?

Can Car Manufacturers Survive Shared Mobility?

by Moira McLachlan
Ease of use, always-on connectivity and cost-effectiveness are contributing to exponential growth in app-based ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft. But ride-hailing is just the tip of the iceberg. Disruptive trends within the auto industry are likely to accelerate the shift toward transport as a service versus personal car ownership over the next decade.

Disruption, Equities, Wealth Planning


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