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Canterbury Outsourced CIO: Second Quarter 2022 Commentary
July 24, 2022

Every quarter, Canterbury's Outsourced CIO committee shares their observations of the market that impact the management of our discretionary portfolios in the Canterbury Outsourced CIO Commentary.

As companies and consumers emerged from long COVID-related social shutdowns in early 2022, the resulting increase in demand for goods and services was met with supply disruptions. These disruptions were prolonged further by lockdowns in China and the Russia-Ukraine war. Also, continued price increases and higher CPI readings indicated that higher inflation may not be so transitory. In response, major central banks went on high alert with a stance to raise interest rates quickly in an attempt to prevent 1970-style runaway inflation and get back to a 2% long-term inflation level.

Most of our clients have a long investment horizon, which allows them to ride through these market cycles. We assess markets and address any risks that could fundamentally affect investment portfolios. We strive to take advantage of opportunities created by any meaningful market dislocation in the near term and readjust portfolio allocations, so long as it is in line with the client’s long-term strategy as well as ongoing needs.

Access the Canterbury Outsourced CIO: Two Quarter 2022 Commentary



Ms. Parekh is a member of the Board of Directors, a shareholder of Canterbury, and directs the Canterbury Outsourced CIO platform, which caters to institutions and private clients who wish to outsource day-to-day management of their portfolios to Canterbury. In that role, Ms. Parekh is the chair of the Canterbury Outsourced CIO Committee and a member of each of the firm’s five Manager Research Committees. She joined Canterbury in 1996 as the manager of analytics with responsibility for directing the firm’s account analysts and client services group. In that role, Ms. Parekh secured many of the asset allocation modeling and research software tools we use today. In 2001, she became the director of manager research, responsible for oversight of all manager, fund, and product research; maintenance of Canterbury’s proprietary research database; and chairing the Investment Manager Research Committee. Ms. Parekh graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Arts in economics. She completed her Master of Business Administration at Shenandoah University.

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