May 13, 2020
Watch our panel of experts including international economist and “Money Doctor” Lars Christensen as well as Executive Director, Tony Guida from RAM Active Investments and Head of Global Sustainable Research and Data at BlackRock, Andre Bertolotti, as they debate the future of financial markets in our ‘Virtual Panel’ event, “What will markets look like in the post-Covid-19 world?”
What will be the economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic and how will that affect major asset classes as well as ESG investing
More specifically - are we entering a new paradigm for markets as the world reassesses its ingrained habits and preconceptions following the imposed changes brought on by lockdown?
Among other things panelists discussed:
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He is responsible for establishing and providing leadership to the global team in creating a platform ESG (environmental, social and governance) research capability and supporting sustainable investment solutions across the firm.
Prior to joining BlackRock in 2018, Andre was Director of Research at Quotient Investors, developing and managing sustainable investment strategies. His work in quantitative research and product development spanned roles with the Industrial Bank of Japan, DLIBJ, Innovest and Barra in San Francisco, New York and London. Andre holds an MBA in Finance from UC Berkeley, a Masters in Engineering from UC Berkeley, and a BS from Virginia Tech.
Tony Guida is executive director – senior quant research at RAM Active Investments. Before this, Tony was a senior investment manager in quantitative equity at the investment manager of a major UK pension fund in London, where he managed multifactor systematic equity portfolios.
During his career, he held such positions as a senior consultant for smart beta and risk allocation at EDHEC RISK Scientific Beta and senior research and investment committee for Minimum Variance Strategies, where he led the factor investing research group for institutional clients and a regular speaker at quant conferences.
Tony is Chair of machineByte ThinkTank EMEA and editor of the Journal of Machine Learning in Finance and also the author of Big Data and Machine Learning in Investment.
Peter is a pioneer in the field of applied news analytics, bringing alternative data to banks and hedge funds.
He has more than 15 years of experience in
quantitative finance with companies such as Standard & Poor's, Credit Suisse
First Boston, and Saxo Bank.
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