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Mr. Philippe Brugere-Trelat

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Executive Vice President and Port...

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Local Address:  Short Hills , New Jersey , United States
Franklin Templeton Investments Corp.
One Franklin Parkway
San Mateo , California 94403
United States

Company Description: Franklin Resources, Inc. [NYSE:BEN] is a global investment management organization operating as Franklin Templeton Investments. Franklin Templeton Investments...   more

Employment History


  • Law and Political Science
    University of Paris
  • Masters degree
  • Bachelors
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Philippe Brugère-Trélat, ... [cached]
Philippe Brugère-Trélat, vice-president and portfolio manager for Toronto-based Franklin Templeton Investment Corp.'s Mutual Discovery Fund, discusses his strategies behind value investing and the fund's latest holdings.
Philippe ..., 6 June 2009 [cached]
Philippe Brugere-Trelat
Brugere-Trelat is Vice President of Franklin Mutual. He has been a member of the management team of the Funds since 2004, when he rejoined Franklin Templeton Investments. Previously, he was president and portfolio manager of Eurovest. Between 1984 and 1994, he was employed at Heine Securities Corporation, the Funds' former manager.
Philippe Brugere-Trelat, ..., 25 July 2011 [cached]
Philippe Brugere-Trelat, executive vice-president, Franklin Mutual Advisers and co-lead portfolio manager of the Mutual Discovery Fund led the pro-Europe charge.
"U.S. equities are somewhat more expensive so it is not totally illogical to have a bigger exposure right now to Europe," he said. "Equities are cheap in Europe because they carry a high level of risk, but some are cheap for totally unjustifiable reasons."
He admits that the troubles in Europe are "very serious" and are not exaggerated by the press. But he pointed out that it is an entirely a political issue which can be resolved.
"There's enough money to do so, it is the largest economic bloc in the world. All it needs is political will to put together a closer coordination of fiscal and budget policies and come up with a crisis resolution mechanism which is durable and credible," he said.
"There's no doubt," said Brugere-Trelat, "banks are on the front line of the debt crisis [although] some are in better shape than others."
But not big enough for Brugere-Trelat who doesn't expect the yuan to dethrone the greenback as the world's reserve currency. The reason for that, he says, is that there is, at the moment, no alternative.
"The U.S. is the biggest market in the world where you can invest trillions of dollars without a problem; nobody wants to invest in the euro, and there's nothing else [to consider]," he said.
Philippe ..., 7 July 2012 [cached]
Philippe Brugere-Trelat The Fund Library :: Canada's Mutual Fund Resource Centre
Philippe Brugere-Trelat MA Portfolio Manager, Franklin Templeton Investments Mr. Brugere-Trelat is vice president of Mutual Series. He is co-portfolio manager of Canadian Mutual Discovery Fund and also manages the Luxemburg-registered FTIF Franklin Mutual European Fund. Mr. Brugere-Trelat brings over 20 years of experience in the European equity markets. He is intimately familiar with Mutual Series' approach to investing, having begun his career with the team in 1986 under Max Heine and Michael Price. He spent over 10 years (1986-1994) following European investments
The Fiduciary Round Table | Fiduciary Trust Canada, 1 April 2012 [cached]
Roundtable Participants: Frank M. Felicelli, Philippe J. Brugère-Trélat, Nancy J. Grant
- Philippe Brugère-Trélat
Over the last few years, investors watched as U.S. equity markets appeared to be on the ropes more than once. But for some months now, corporate America has been proving it is no where near ready to kiss the canvas. Yet, with weighty macro economic and policy themes remaining, investors face the question: Am I ready to step back into U.S. equities? With this in mind, Frank Felicelli, Managing Director, Fiduciary Trust International; Philippe Brugère-Trélat, Executive Vice President, Mutual Series; and Nancy Grant, Consultant to Fiduciary Trust Canada share their views on this new round for U.S. equities.
Philippe Brugère-Trélat: Speaking from a global perspective, in 2011 investors' preference for perceived safety over uncertainty led to better relative performance in U.S. equity markets over those in Europe or Asia, albeit at low absolute levels. I believe the United States has been seen as a refuge. While U.S. markets continue to improve, there remain a number of headwinds and, as with all our activities, we are keeping a close eye on risk.
Q: What are your thoughts on investors' reluctance to participate in U.S. equities?
Philippe Brugère-Trélat: Equity investors have had good reason to be cautious and should remain prudent.
Philippe Brugère-Trélat: We are finding attractive opportunities in the Health Care sector-one of the world's most unloved and complex sectors in 2010.
Philippe Brugère-Trélat: First, let me say volatility will remain elevated.
Philippe Brugère-Trélat
Philippe Brugère-Trélat Executive Vice President Portfolio Manager
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