Wednesday, March 4th 2020,
Hotel Sheraton Brussels Airport
CAIA, Director, BlackRock Alternative Specialists group
Ted Logan, CAIA, Director, is a member of the BlackRock Alternative Specialists group. He is responsible for business development of BlackRock’s Alternative Solutions and Hedge Funds Solutions platforms across the EMEA region. He has over 15 years of experience in alternative investments and financial services.
Panel discussion: "The barbell approach: combining Alternatives and ETF. Building portfolios for the new world."
In a world of low expected yields and returns we need to rethink portfolio building. We need to have portfolios work harder and squeeze out every source of premium.
Meticulous allocation of capital towards investment strategies leads to optimal use of management fees to maximise net of fees expected returns for the risks taken.
Understanding the risks taken, the liquidity profiles and the factor exposures is crucial.
In this session we want to bring the practitioners approach of how the largest asset owners in the world are currently looking at portfolio construction and how this is now translated into the Wealth Management Industry.
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