What is quantitative investing?
Quantitative investing uses technology and modelling to perform investment analysis, identify investment opportunities, and to select what goes into, and what is left out of a portfolio.
An ongoing evolution
Investing and client requirements have changed dramatically in the past decade. Technology has advanced and, with it, the sophistication of investors. Increased use of passive approaches, lower fees and a growing focus on client outcomes means that investment needs are increasingly solutions driven. At the same time, big data and environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are becoming ever more important to investors. Quantitative investing process can be highly adaptable to these trends, offering scalable, low-cost solutions that target outcomes and can easily incorporate new data and technologies for the benefit of clients.
We are pioneers in quantitative equity investing, and continue to be at the cutting edge of where data, technology and investment strategy meet. We have been using advanced modelling techniques since 1985 to conduct deep, fundamental analysis of companies around the globe and continue to innovate, both in the use of new technology and data but also in the solutions we develop for our clients. We pride ourselves on being responsible investors – integrating ESG considerations, controlling risk and minimising costs. Our mission is to partner with clients to deliver sustainable, outcome oriented, investment solutions.
Few asset managers put ESG (environmental, social and governance) beliefs at the heart of their investment philosophy, but our commitment is such that we have integrated ESG criteria into our core investment process across all of our strategies. We are committed to a more sustainable form of equity investing and believe that this will deliver better investment results in the long term. Find out more about Rosenberg and ESG.
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20 March 2019
Why earnings matter
Rosenberg Equities’ core investment belief is that earnings matter. Why? Because we believe that future earnings and fundamentals ultimately drive share prices.
08 February 2019
Global Factor views 2019
We believe that global macroeconomic growth will modestly decelerate in 2019.
24 January 2019
Perspectives Global Equities
Global equities posted sharp declines in the final quarter of the year, falling by 13.3% in US dollar terms as measured by the MSCI World index.