Active Asset Allocation will attend Fin&Tech Community the 8th of December 2017

Active Asset Allocation is pleased to announce their participation to the French Fintech reference event FIN&TECH COMMUNITY. Organised by the French competitiveness cluster FINANCE INNOVATION, the event will take place in Paris at Palais Brongniart, 28 place de la Bourse. With over a 1000 participants and 50+ pitches by Fintechs recognised by FINANCE INNOVATION, this major event’s program is divided …

French Fintech Active Asset Allocation aims to reach 20 B$ under advisory by 2021

“We became a Fintech out of necessity, digitalising our entire portfolio”, states Adina Grigoriu, CEO and co-founder of Active Asset Allocation, in her latest interview with the French financial magazine Distrib Invest. Created in 2010 with Olivier Hiezely, Active Asset Allocation is a French Independent Financial Engineering Company providing state-of-the-art asset allocation techniques based on risk management. Considered as a …

Active Asset Allocation Corporate Brochure | Dynamic Risk Control Solutions

Portfolio asset allocation helps you to meet your targets while working around your constraints. It therefore requires a global approach, integrating risk factors to provide insights which go beyond separate assessments of return expectation, market volatility and the VaR of the portfolio. Our Active Asset Allocation experts will assess your situation, assets and liabilities, work with you to identify the …

Active Asset Allocation in Toronto for NETVA, the New Technology Venture Accelerator

Active Asset Allocation & Neolys Diagnostics have started their Toronto program this Monday, hosted by RyersonDMZ incubator.  The local International Technical Expert of the French Consulate, Alain Bragagnolo & Sophie Decamps have arranged a very interesting programme mixing local experts in different fields and meetings with potential clients. Picture: Netva delegation in Toronto welcomed by France Consul General Marc Trouyet From left …

Risk Letter on Filtered Historical Simulations (FHS): How do you make your paths?

Filtered Historical

  A tail-focused asset path simulation technique An important feature of financial markets is that they are highly unpredictable. But despite market randomness, finance professionals spend considerable amounts of time and effort designing the best possible frameworks for reality. These frameworks, which help model and quantify the investment strategy, come in all shapes and sizes and are used in the …