Dianne F. Lob

Dianne F. Lob

Senior Managing Director—Equities

19 Years at AB
41 Years of experience

Dianne F. Lob was named Senior Managing Director for Equities and Head of Global Business Development in 2014. She focuses on the global sales strategy for AB’s broad equity platform, as well as new product development, thought leadership and the creation of marketing materials. In addition to coordinating globally with the Institutional, Retail and Private Client teams, Lob works closely with the head of equities on the business’s profit and loss statement. From 2010 to 2015, she was the president and a director of the Sanford C. Bernstein Mutual Fund Board. From 2004 to 2014, Lob was chairman of Bernstein Global Wealth Management’s Private Client Investment Policy Group, responsible for asset allocation and investment strategies in the Private Client business. Prior to joining the firm in 1999 as a senior portfolio manager, she spent 22 years at J.P. Morgan, where she was a managing director and investment banker specializing in providing mergers and acquisitions advice and debt and equity financing for large-capitalization industrial companies. From 1991 to 1995, Lob was a senior member of the team that built J.P. Morgan’s equity business. Previously, she held various positions in international corporate finance, interest and currency swap marketing, lease advisory services and media client banking. Lob holds a BA in economics from Tufts University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. She is Chair of the board of HIAS, a refugee rescue and resettlement organization. Location: New York

Equity Market Sell-Off: Return to Reality?
US Equity Correction? Prepare, Don’t Panic
New Year, More Volatility—What Can Investors Do?
Passive or Active Equities: Why Choose Just One?
New Paths to More Consistent Equity Alpha
Is Active Share Losing Its Luster?
Maintaining Conviction in Stormy Markets
Conviction Adds Clarity in Complex Markets
Sharpening Conviction in Equity Allocations
Is an Index Impassive?

Is an Index Impassive?

by Dianne Lob

Passive investments continue to gain popularity, generate record flows and grab headlines. We understand the appeal. But investors must also consider some of the risks of tethering their fortunes to a benchmark.

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Welcome, Taper

by Dianne Lob

The Federal Open Market Committee’s statement that it will begin to taper its bond purchases in January is a good sign that the US economy continues to heal, in our view.

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Are Stocks Topping Out?

by Dianne Lob

With global equity market returns of well over 100% since the bottom hit in March 2009 (Display) and the S&P 500 only modestly below the record it set a few weeks ago, some investors are asking if stocks are heading for a fall. We think any number of things could cause a short-term rollback—among them, the political stalemate in Washington—but the market isn’t overpriced.

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