For decades, investment managers have been largely split into two groups: fundamental investors and quantitative investors. And so, it is not surprising that we are often asked to choose a side. But it’s not that simple: we use a unique style, marrying a systematic approach, which minimises behaviour biases, with a fundamental analysis.
In our latest edition of Equitorial, we explain why we adopt an integrated investment approach and how it shapes our research agenda.
Not all risk models are built alike. Here, the Global Equities team provide an overview of their proprietary MultiFRAME risk model. During periods of market stress, they argue, it can cut through the noise to provide a true picture of underlying exposures.
The invasion has accelerated the sustainable energy transition, pushing up demand for ‘green’ metals and components required to facilitate electrification, says Olivia Lankester, director of responsible investing & sustainability, global emerging markets, in the latest ESG Materiality newsletter.
In this latest edition of our ESG Materiality newsletter, Olivia Lankester, Director of Responsible Investing & Sustainability, Global Emerging Markets, considers the latest EM response to the net zero imperative.
It’s vital we, the Global Equities team, analyse and measure both how climate change risk can negatively affect investments and how the shift to a low carbon economy creates valuable investment opportunities.