FinTech Active Asset Allocation a lancé son Robo Allocataire

FinTech Active Asset Allocation a lancé son Robo Allocataire

La FinTech Active Asset Allocation (AAA), (www.active-asset-allocation.com), a officiellement annoncé le lancement de son Robo Allocataire, RAFA, le Robo Allocator For Advisors, lors du Salon Patrimonia 2016 à Lyon. La société AAA experte en allocation d’actifs et de la stratégie du « Maximum Drawdown » (perte maximale), modélise , depuis sa création en 2010, des moteurs d’allocations d’actifs pour de nombreux grands …

Risk Letter on Drawdown: From a risk measure to an asset allocation strategy

All investors want to maximize their portfolio’s returns while minimizing their risks. But how should you measure ‘risk’? Standard risk measures, such as Volatility or Value-at-Risk (VaR), provide only limited information about the risk your portfolio is exposed to. The most common measure, Volatility, has a number of drawbacks (which we wrote about in a previous Risk Letter [1]), but …

MAIF foundation – “Une journée à la Fondation MAIF”

MAIF Foundation has entrusted Active Asset Allocation and AGICAM with its dynamic asset allocation. Acting as a consultant, Active Asset Allocation customized its Drawdown Control Solution, called DARM (Dynamic Asset and Risk Management) to meet the Foundation’s objectives. This solution dynamically allocates capital between the asset classes MAIF Foundation wishes to be exposed to while limiting the downside risk to a …

Drawdown Control Solution : Dynamic Asset and Risk Management (DARM)

[row] [/row]   Our Drawdown Control Solution relies on a proprietary technology called DARM. It dynamically allocates capital between the asset classes the investors wish to be exposed to while limiting the downside risk to a level that is pre-defined. DARM allows to take into account and manage efficiently investors’ issues (capital preservation, regulation, etc…) by redefining risk with their particular constraints (going further …