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9 Dec 2013

QLAB Invest features in a great new book


Next Generation Finance

“Changes in regulation, technology and consumer behaviour mean that financial services will never be the same again.

Next Generation Finance – a collection of articles by leading experts across the spectrum of the finance industry – will open your eyes to what the future is likely to bring and illustrate the road ahead for businesses working in the financial services sector.”

We lead a section on new business models that empower consumers with an article entitled Intelligent Index Engineering: A New Way of Presenting Active Asset Allocation Strategies.

What could possibly link an iceberg, Albert Einstein and financial markets? To find out, see a shortened version of the article here and you can get more information from the publisher Harriman House or go to Amazon.

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DISCLAIMER: This document does not constitute an offer, a solicitation, an advice or a recommendation to purchase or sell any investment products associated with the material described herein. The purpose of this document is to describe the principles, research and ideas behind the QLAB Invest strategy indices. Prior to an investment in any product tracking a strategy index, you should make your own appraisal of the investment risks as well as from a legal, tax and accounting perspective, without relying exclusively on the information provided by QLAB Invest. Investment products tracking the indices must be issued or/and marketed by a regulated company. This document is strictly for informative purpose. The single source of the underlying asset data is Thomson Reuters Datastream and QLAB Invest cannot guarantee the correctness of the underlying asset data and cannot be held legally responsible in this regard. Any references made to historical performance up to the official live inception do not reflect actual live performance and can be subject to selection, curve fitting and other statistical biases. Performance in investment products linked to the indices may be reduced by the effect of commissions, fees or other charges in excess of those already factored into the index calculations. The level of the indices will fluctuate due to the volatility of the underlying exposures and past performance or volatility is not necessarily indicative of future results.