Day One and Day Two attendance is for investors, asset managers, non-bank sellside and sponsoring banks only.
Day Three attendance for The Socially Responsible Investing Workshop is limited to institutional investors only.
You must register to secure a spot in the room. Registrations are subject to approval.
Europe EQD is the largest multi-asset, volatility and cross-asset systematic investing forum for institutional investors.
The 8th annual Europe EQD event will feature exclusive presentations and panel discussions from leading researchers, portfolio managers and industry practitioners in quantitative strategies. The event also offers opportunities to meet institutional peers and share case studies, while learning about the latest innovations in portfolio diversification.
On day one and two, speakers and panelists will present and share perspectives across multi-asset investing, volatility, tactical asset allocation and global macro as well as the latest systematic approaches in alternatives, incorporating commodities and illiquid assets.
On day three, the Socially Responsible Investing Workshop will cover the latest approaches in sustainable investing and systematic ESG specific to derivatives, quantitative investing and ETFs. Attendees will hear the latest case studies covering ESG implementation across asset classes, how responsible investing is adding value, and how challenges surrounding data, monitoring, reporting, dialogue and implementation are being overcome. Attendance to the workshop is limited to institutional investors only.
Robert Kosowski is head of the department of finance and professor of finance at Imperial College Business School, Imperial College London. He is a research fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and an associate member of the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance at Oxford University.
Robert is on the editorial board of the Journal of Systematic Investing. His research has been featured in The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal and has been published in top peer-reviewed journals. Robert has consulted for private and public sector organizations in the areas of asset and risk management.
From 2017 until 2021 he was head of quantitative research at Unigestion. Prior to his academic career, Robert worked for Goldman Sachs, the Boston Consulting Group and Deutsche Bank. His policy related advisory work includes: specialist adviser to UK House of Lords (2009-2010), expert technical consultant (International Monetary Fund, 2008, 2016).
professor of finance, Imperial College Business School