| September 01, 2020
Watch Marko Kangrga speak at the Jefferies Asia Forum, 2020 about global trends in the
investment community & how to leverage NLP to formulate alpha-generating strategies.
Head of Quantitative Research, Marko Kangrga will be presenting NLP and News
Sentiment Applications in Finance at the Jefferies Online Asia Forum.
The Jefferies Asia Forum is an opportunity to learn and understand global trends that
are impacting investors and the international economy.
In his session, Marko will demonstrate how RavenPack helps buy-side clients leverage NLP
to sort through the noise and identify relevant signals to manage risk and formulate
alpha generation strategies.
He will show how NLP fits within the alternative data landscape and demonstrate how
events and sentiment extracted from thousands of news sources can be tailored to
specific use-cases, like:
Monday September 14th, 2020
10:00 - 10:45 am (HKT)
Jefferies Asia Forum
Marko is the Head of Quantitative Research for the Americas at
RavenPack with over 10 years of experience in the finance
industry. He focuses on exploring novel approaches and
techniques for combining fundamental drivers with big data
quantitative frameworks to identify alpha opportunities from a
wide universe of securities across multiple asset classes.
Please use your business email. If you don't have one, please email us at email@example.com.
We will process your personal data with the purpose of managing your personal account on
RavenPack and offering our services. You can exercise your rights of access, rectification,
erasure, restriction of processing, data portability and objection by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, you can
Your request has been recorded and a team member will be in touch soon.
We consider incorporating sentiment signals from news, earnings call transcripts, and insider transactions to
boost the risk-adjusted returns, and revive factor performance.
We find stronger, more predictable market reactions when the words of company executives agree with their actions.
We have gathered 12 insights from 2021 research that can be leveraged in 2022.