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9 Oct 2014

QLAB at CTA Research Seminar
Since leaving physics research 19 years ago to work in the world of finance, QLAB's CEO Steven Bates remarks that where money is concerned, how asymmetric the demands of investors are. Everyone wants good returns, that is good upside, but without to much downside. It seems to be human nature.

QLAB calls this property convexity,  and he explains to an audience of instiutional investors how QLAB has conducted research into risk management and asset selection techniques that can deliver convex returns.

Event programme  EventInvitationOctober2014-STHLM-ANGLAIS.pdf


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