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Webcast: Exploring the Drivers of Volatility and Return with a Factor Model

Enhance Portfolio Insight through Market-Leading Factor Models

Webcast | January 27 | 2:30-3:15 p.m. GMT

As we head into 2021, we are cautiously optimistic, but certain that we can rely on continued high volatility in the market. With a BREXIT deal confirmed, as well as country-wide lockdowns across Europe, the ability to accurately assess drivers of equity risk and return within your equity portfolio is paramount for navigating an uncertain year ahead.

In this session, join Ravinder Dosanjh, Senior Sales Specialist for Portfolio Risk & Quantitative Analytics, as he explores how you can leverage market-leading factor models to generate enhanced portfolio insights.

  • Review key learnings from 2020

  • Discover how a factor model can reveal a portfolio’s exposure to multiple market drivers and how these directly influence volatility and return in an equity portfolio

  • Gain insight into how changes to these sensitivities can impact the overall profile of an investment instrument

  • See how pre-trade simulation, scenario analysis, and stress testing can better inform you about how to position the portfolio for both expected and unexpected changes in the market

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.

If you would like to learn more about the content of this session, please reach out to your local FactSet rep. Alternatively, feel free to contacts us at sales@factset.com

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Ravinder Dosanjh

Senior Specialist, Risk and Quantitative Analytics

FactSet

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Ravinder Dosanjh

Senior Specialist, Risk and Quantitative Analytics | FactSet

Mr. Ravinder Dosanjh is a Specialist in Risk & Quantitative Analytics at FactSet. In this role, he specializes in workflows and solutions for portfolio and quantitative analytics, including factor research, portfolio construction, optimization, performance, and risk and factor attribution. He joined FactSet as a Consultant in 2012, where he worked with some of FactSet’s largest buy-side clients across the UK, before joining the Analytics team in 2015, then the EMEA region in 2019. Mr. Dosanjh earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Birmingham and is a CFA charterholder.

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