The Risk Report: Analysis Reveals 6 Common Drivers of Unexpected Results

Monday, October 26, 2020
1:00pm – 2:00pm EDT

The No. 1 question when portfolios don’t deliver outcomes as expected is “Why?” Over the past four years, Northern Trust Asset Management has individually partnered with institutional investors and consultants around the globe to help answer that question. Using a unique quantitative lens to examine more than 200 portfolios and 1,000 investment strategies totaling $200 billion-plus, it saw six common drivers emerge across all investor segments. 
 
Join Michael Hunstad, Ph.D., head of quantitative strategies at Northern Trust Asset Management, as he provides new insights gained from the compilation of that research: The Risk Report.

Discussion includes:

  • The magnitude of uncompensated risks diluting excess returns
  • A new perspective on the “cancelation effect”
  • The most common hidden risks with style tilts
  • When diversification backfires

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PRESENTER
Michael Hunstad, Ph.D.
Head of Quantitative Strategies
Northern Trust Asset Management
HOST
Randy Myers
Senior Contributing Editor
Chief Investment Officer