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Alternative investments

Alternative Quantitative Solutions

Alternative investments

Alternative quantitative solutions (AQS) provide access to non-traditional strategies, whether they are based on investment themes, liquid & stable returns or hedging.

The UBP Alternative Quantitative Solutions Team is a dedicated team of specialists, including quantitative analysts, with extensive experience and a proven track record. The team uses a state-of-the-art, in-house quantitative platform which enables them to provide in-depth studies adapted to clients’ specific needs.


Our innovative solutions focus on the following three pillars:

  • Investment theme-related
    • opportunities to participate in megatrends (e.g. “Car of Tomorrow”, sector disruptions)
    • opportunities arising from specific events (e.g. reforms, elections)
  • Liquid, stable return strategies aiming at providing absolute and relative outperformance by using diversification
    • across different asset classes
    • through a risk premia-oriented approach
  • Hedging strategies with portfolio protection against market downturns and a cost-effective approach compared to a static hedge

Investment philosophy & process

Whether dedicated or commingled, each alternative quantitative solution is efficiently constructed by relying on:

  • a highly liquid and scalable investment universe
  • a focus on risk management
  • a blend of quantitative and qualitative approaches

Alternative Quantitative solutions

  • Investment themes
  • Liquid stable returns
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With a team of more than 200 people, UBP Asset Management has built an on-the-ground presence in the world’s major markets through organic growth and selected partnerships.

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Insight 22.11.2022

Can investors begin to integrate nature-related financial risks?

“Nature-related financial risks are material and can begin to be assessed today. By integrating data about nature loss into risk assessments, the indispensability of our natural world starts to be reflected in financial decisions.” Grant Rudgley, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)