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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.

Opportunities

Our innovative Alternative Quantitative 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 offering portfolio protection against market downturns with 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
Funds

Alternative Quantitative solutions

  • Investment themes
  • Liquid stable returns
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Institutional clients

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.

Our fund range

Funds

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