Frédérique Carrier

Managing Director, Head of Investment Strategy

Frédérique Carrier

Managing Director, Head of Investment Strategy

Frédérique Carrier is managing director, head of investment strategy, for RBC Wealth Management in the British Isles.

Carrier is co-chair of RBC Wealth Management’s global asset allocation committee, GPAC, which establishes the asset allocation mix for our clients worldwide. She is a regular contributor to the group’s Global Insights report. Based in London, she also formulates the equity strategy for the UK and Europe and is head of the London equity desk, taking responsibility for the single line equity offering which includes both customised portfolios and Equity Focus Lists for UK and European stocks.

She joined RBC from Williams de Broë Singer and Friedlander, where she spent eight years managing several European equity mandates. Previously she spent five years at BBVA Latinvest as a sell side analyst covering Latin America before moving to Invesco, where she worked for seven years as a fund manager for global emerging markets and global equities.

Carrier holds a B.Comm (joint honours) in Economics and Finance from McGill University and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario. She is also an associate of the Society of Investment Professionals.

Frédérique Carrier's content

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Investing

Infrastructure investing: A 21st century building block for your portfolio

Last updated: November 20, 2018

The world’s infrastructure is in line for a 21st century upgrade. We look at how this theme can enhance the infrastructure of investment portfolios.

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Analysis

As the Brexit clock ticks down, what now?

Last updated: September 05, 2018

As the countdown to Brexit ticks ever louder, what’s going on and how should investors approach this uncertain and volatile environment?

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Investing

European equity downgrade: Continental drift

Last updated: July 03, 2018

Economic growth that seems to have hit a wall and an unwelcome embrace of populism have turned the investment case for European equities more opaque.

5 minute read