| September 23, 2020
Watch RavenPack's head of quantitative research, Marko Kangrga discuss how firms can
apply data science and quantitative methods in their investment decision and to generate
alpha. Sign up to the webinar
Head of Quantitative Research, Marko Kangrga will be discussing best practices, use
cases, and methods on how to apply data science and quantitative methods to generate
alpha, and how firms can adopt a more quantitative approach moving forwards
The AI and Data Science in Trading digital day is based around quantamental strategies.
Providing expert knowledge and methods that allow firms to overcome the challenges in
blending strategies, as well as dealing with behavioural changes and technology when
making investment decisions.
In his session, Marko will also be joined by:
Wednesday September 30th, 2020
10am EST / 3PM BST
AI Data Trading Digital Day
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.
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