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Pioneers in Factor Investing

Benefiting from Factor Investing

Despite a growing awareness of the potential benefits of factor-based investing, ensuring proper implementation often remains a puzzle. We address ten challenges asset owners tend to face when allocating to one or more factors.

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Why factor investing?

Factor investing aims to capture ‘hidden’ returns in financial markets and is rapidly gaining in popularity. We have long believed in the evidence-based approach that true factor investing requires, and have given our clients systematic exposure to it to earn premiums for well over a decade.

  • 25 years of applied quantitative innovation
  • > 40 quant investment professionals
  • 1 clear investment philosophy
We make sure to keep our factor-based strategies as simple as possible, and as complex as needed
Peter Ferket, Head of investments
We make sure to keep our factor-based strategies as simple as possible, and as complex as needed
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Discover more on factor-based investing

  • Three ways to successfully implement factors

    Learn more about the potential benefits of adopting factor based strategies
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  • Implementing multi-factor solutions

    3 case studies about successfully implementing multi-factor solutions
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Pioneers in Factor Investing

Challenges you may face when implementing factor investing – and how to tackle them

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Factor investing debates: Are fees the most important variable in product selection?
Factor investing debates: Are fees the most important variable in product selection?
To choose a product, investors tend to rely on a few easy-to-grasp variables, like recent performance and, increasingly, fees.
14-02-2020 | Insight
Solvency regulations and low-risk investing: comparing the Nordics with the Netherlands
Solvency regulations and low-risk investing: comparing the Nordics with the Netherlands
Pension regulations in the Nordic countries and the Netherlands are similar to insurance regulation in the European Union.
11-02-2020 | Insight
The volatility effect revisited
The volatility effect revisited
Over the past decade, low volatility has become a popular investment style.
07-01-2020 | Research
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