AllianceBernstein has tons of funds. The investment manager administers about 200 domestic and international mutual funds. Institutional investors, including public retirement funds, employee benefit plans, foundations, endowments, government entities, and insurance firms, account for a majority of the firm's approximately $475 billion in assets under management. For retail investors, the company provides private client services, managed accounts, annuities, retirement plans, and college savings plans. AllianceBernstein also owns wealth advisor and research firm Sanford C...
AllianceBernstein is a global investment management firm that offers high-quality research and diversified investment services. Our mission is:
At the heart of everything we do is an intense focus on achieving expected outcomes for our clients and a steadfast commitment to being the most trusted firm on Wall Street. AllianceBernstein traces back to more than 40 years of history. Sanford C. Bernstein was founded in 1967 as an investment-management firm for private clients. In October 2000, Alliance Capital acquired Sanford C. Bernstein. Alliance Capital's expertise in growth equity and corporate fixed-income investing, and its family of retail mutual funds, combined with Bernstein's expertise in value equity and tax-exempt fixed-income management, and its private-client business, formulated a recipe for success with few precedents in the industry.
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