| October 15, 2019
RavenPack's Chief Data Scientist Peter Hafez, will be presenting and participating on a panel at this year's Battle of the Quants conference in Hong Kong.
RavenPack is delighted to present at this year's Battle of the Quants in Hong Kong. Chief Data Scientist Peter Hafez, will be sharing use-cases on ESG, Factor Overlays as well as NLP Technologies and other valuable insights.
The 14th Annual Battle of the Quants – BIG DATA is a one-day eventmade up of discussions and panels focus on the future direction of Artificial Intelligence, the evolution of hedge funds use of new Data Sets and how the investor allocates capital in the AI/Big Data space.
Peter Hafez is the head of Data Science at RavenPack. Since joining RavenPack in 2008, he’s been a pioneer in the field of applied news analytics bringing alternative data insights to the world’s top banks and hedge funds. Peter 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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