Smart beta meets flexible multi-asset
Smart beta has become a well-known investment concept in the asset management industry. Such factor-based investment techniques were firstly applied to equity investments.
THEAM offers you a comprehensive range of managed, transparent and innovative investment solutions applied to equity, bond and multi-asset class portfolio management.
Share in a portion of the upward potential of financial markets and asset classes, while benefiting from partial or full protection of the capital
Benefit from the performance of geographical, sector or theme-based indices and from an accurate tracking process in a simple and transparent manner
Research & Events
THEAM Research focuses on quantitative research, risk analysis, process optimisation and the development of mathematical models.
These models are used in various asset management areas to help ensure continuous financial optimisation and innovation.
Invitation to the EDHEC-Risk Days 2016, London, United Kingdom
Join us at the EDHEC-Risk Days on March 15-16 at the Brewery in London. The conference will feature several sessions on topics that are key issues in the industry today. Smart beta, infrastructure investing, retirement solutions, multi-asset allocation solutions will be high on the agenda.
Smart beta: a new approach to performance and risk
The asset management business now has to rapidly evolve in order to meet investors’ needs. An asset allocation based solely on a macroeconomic view and a breakdown by asset class, region or sector is no longer sufficient for investors. They seek real risk diversification and as such are increasingly looking for exposure to specific risk and performance factors, often called smart beta factors. In recent years, the development of smart beta strategies has rapidly spread in the equity universe and is now gaining in popularity in other asset classes such as corporate bonds or commodities. This is no longer a mere trend, but a new investment approach.
The rapid expansion of smart beta strategies The asset management business now has to rapidly evolve in order to meet investors’ needs. An asset allocation based solely on a macroeconomic view and a breakdown by asset class, region or sector is no longer sufficient for investors. They seek real r ...