In a filmed interview with Matthew Locke of The Broadcast PR Business, Deutsche Bank’s Arnaud de Servigny describes how portfolio managers need to re-think their quant approaches and ramp up the quality of their investment processes.
He looks at how investment managers can build behavioural thinking into their portfolios, and how they can learn from academics about the behaviour of markets and the emotions of investors.
Top investment thinkers including Greg Davies, head of behavioural finance at Barclays, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn of The ICMA Centre, Nicola Horlick of Rockpool Investments, and Philip Coggan of The Economist, will expand on these themes at The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum. This will take place on Level 40 of The Gherkin on 26th March, with a webcast starting at 0900 hours GMT.
Arnaud de Servigny is Global Head of Discretionary Portfolio Management at Deutsche Bank.