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Peter van der Welle

Strategist
"Applying the right filter to the available market information is vital in our profession: What is a signal and what is noise?"

After having held a similar function at MN, a Dutch Pension Administrator, Peter van der Welle joined our Financial Markets Research team in October 2012 to work as a strategist. He started out as a statistical researcher with the CBS (Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek) and continued his career as an analyst with the Dutch Bank NIBC.

Peter van der Welle likes to focus closely on the latest general and economic developments so as to recognize their investment implications early on. His views on this subject are disseminated in Robeco publications. For him, filtering out signals from an abundance of information is one of the most interesting aspects of his profession. He uses his experience in statistical research to perform quantitative analysis, which forms a central element in this process.

Peter earned his Master’s Degree in General Economics from the University of Tilburg, the Netherlands, in 2005.

Expertise: monetary economics, national statistics, bonds.

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