David Jessop is the Global Head of Equities Quantitative Research at UBS. His areas of research include portfolio analysis and construction, style analysis and risk modelling. He also helps clients understand, use and implement the quantitative tools available from UBS. David joined UBS in 2002. Prior to this, he spent seven years at Citigroup as Head of Global Quantitative Marketing. Before moving to the sell side, he spent six years at Morgan Grenfell Asset Management, where he managed index funds, asset allocation funds and also an option overwriting fund. David graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge with an MA in Mathematics.
David joined us at Trading Show Chicago 2016 to discuss ‘low risk investing and rising interest rates’. To learn more, you can download his presentation here.
In this presentation, learn about:
- A long term view of low risk investing
- A long term view of interest rates
- Interest rates and alpha
- Can we remove the interest rate sensitivity?
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If you’re interested in learning more about low-risk investing and interest rates, join us at Trading Show Chicago 2017, held May 17-18 in Chicago, IL.