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Peter van der Welle

Strategist Global Macro team, Robeco
Applying the right filter to the available market information is vital in our profession: What is a signal and what is noise?

Peter van der Welle is the Strategist within the Global Macro team and is responsible for the Robeco Multi Asset funds, Robeco ONE and Robeco Pension Return Portfolio. He is specialized in Multi Assets within the Global Macro team where he conducts and filters proprietary research to generate trade ideas. He is one of the key authors of Robeco’s Expected Returns publication and developer of the underlying dynamic asset allocation framework. His views appear in financial media on a regular basis. He joined as a Strategist in 2012. Prior to this, he was employed as Investment Strategist at MN and was an Analyst at investment bank NIBC. He started his career as a researcher at Statistics Netherlands in 2006. He holds a Master's in Economics from Tilburg University.

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