As part of Societe Generale's series of Meet the Experts presentations, Klaus Baader, Guy Stear and Wei Yao discuss cross-asset research.
There are three things to remember about Societe Generale research: it’s macro; it’s cross-asset; and it’s model-driven. This makes it extremely important for investors who want to outperform their peers. Macro experts at Societe Generale focus on the top-down process – as economists, as quants, as asset allocators or as strategists. Our macro analysts meet and discuss how a theme will play out across asset classes, so we find the best ways to invest across markets. If you invest across assets, or even if you don’t, this cross-asset focus can help you outperform. Also, as a French bank, Societe Generale likes models. These comprise prescriptive, descriptive or heuristic models that will help you in your investment process.
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