Multi strategy systematic

A liquid, multi-asset class range of directional and market neutral strategies across developed, emerging and esoteric markets.

Multi strategy systematic

Systematic investing strategies select and allocate to securities using solely quantitative methods and range from traditional long only investing, to factor investing and highly sophisticated ‘black-box’ approaches.

They use systematic filters, rules, mathematical algorithms or statistical approaches to analyse price, volume, fundamental or alternative data so as to select securities from a large pool and then weigh them in a fully systematic way. The main advantages of such strategies are that they remove emotion from the investing process, so making it completely systematic and repeatable. Furthermore, they can be applied on a very large universe of securities and increase the diversification potential of the strategy.

Such strategies have attracted significant investor interest since the 1980s, aided by advancements in computer technology and data availability.

Systematic investing landscape

Our quick guide to the current systematic investment landscape, along with an approximate timeline of proliferation of such strategies, and a brief description of each of the strategies.


Why multi strategy systematic?

A detailed analysis on strategic asset allocation and systematic investing.


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