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Robeco Quarterly December 2016

Robeco Quarterly December 2016

01-12-2016 | Magazine

Download the second edition of Robeco Quarterly, our 40-page magazine for professional investors, focusing on quant investing, sustainability investing and research.

  • David Blitz
    David
    Blitz
    Head of Quant Research
  • Pim  van Vliet, PhD
    Pim
    van Vliet, PhD
    Head of Conservative Equities and Quant Allocation
  • Peter  Ferket
    Peter
    Ferket
    CIO Equity & Co-head investment products
  • Lukas Daalder
    Lukas
    Daalder
    Former CIO Robeco Investment Solutions. Daalder left Robeco in July 2018.
  • Léon  Cornelissen
    Léon
    Cornelissen
    Chief Economist
  • Jeroen Blokland
    Jeroen
    Blokland
    Portfolio Manager
  • Jan Sytze  Mosselaar
    Jan Sytze
    Mosselaar
    CFA, Director, Portfolio Manager

Also in this edition: a long-read on liquid alternatives, a summary of Robeco’s 2017 outlook and an interview with Mark Glazener on the risks of aggressive tax policies.

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