Former Lehman veterans roll out one of the first systematic, innovative volatility funds

(Last Updated On: April 20, 2012)
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Former Lehman veterans roll out one of the first systematic, innovative volatility funds

Nadejda Rakovska is a senior portfolio manager of Volvar Asset Management (Volvar AM) is a Paris-based independent asset management company specialized on the volatility asset class. Volvar AM will shortly launch the innovative, long/short Volvar Eurozone Volatility Fund which aims at both absolute return and anti-correlation. It is one of the first systematic funds within an emerging asset class. Although fully systematic, the portfolio management process is centered on ex-ante qualitative objectives.

To know more about Volvar Asset Management’s one of the first systematic, innovative volatility funds watch this video: http://www.opalesque.tv/hedge-fund-videos/Nadejda_Rakovska/1

 

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This Opalesque.TV BACKSTAGE feature of Nadejda Rakovska, partner at Volvar AM, is a succinct example of IMQubator’s principle to “look for people who have a passion and a drive for their business, and for whom setting up their own firm is a logical step in their total career development for which they basically have been preparing over many years.”

To know more about Nadejda Rakovska a senior portfolio manager of Volvar Asset Management watch this video: http://www.opalesque.tv/hedge-fund-videos/Nadejda_Rakovska/1

 

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