Upcoming Events

Evening Seminar, 7th April 2014 – Minimum Volatility and the Low Beta Anomaly: a debate

  When:             7th April 2014, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Where:            Blackrock Office, 12 Throgmorton Avenue, London, EC2N, 2DL Attendance:   Click here to register Topic:               Minimum Volatility and the Low Beta Anomaly: a debate Speakers:       David Blitz    | Co-Head of Quantitative Research, Robeco Investment Engineers                            Ed Fishwick   | Global Co-Head, Risk & Quantitative Analysis, [...]

Spring Seminar 2014

We are delighted to announce the Spring Seminar is to be held on Thursday 8th May at Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR. If you want to book you place now, CLICK HERE Speakers will include: Jose Menchero of MSCI, Combining Alpha Signals Kevin Sheppard of Man Institute of Quantitative Finance, University [...]

Paper Available: A Simple Diversified Portfolio Strategy

Following the successful seminar on March 10th by Bernd Hanke, the  material is available for download below: Bernd Hanke: Download: A Simple Diversified Portfolio Strategy – Final  

Chairman’s Blog

Reflections on the Autumn Seminar – September 2013

The LQG Autumn Seminar was held at Pembroke College, Oxford over 2.5 days in early September and, on the basis of the feedback we received, was generally regarded as awesome.  Thirteen speakers … [Read More...]

Autumn Seminar 2013

The London Quant Group Autumn Seminar will be held this year at Pembroke College, Oxford. The dates are Sunday 8th September through Wednesday 11th September. I believe this is the 27th year in … [Read More...]

Evening Seminar, 10th December 2012

On Monday 10th December we had our final evening seminar of 2012. Dominic Connor gave a highly entertaining and timely presentation on “Gaming the Bonus System”, followed by a presentation on … [Read More...]

Autumn in Oxford

The Autumn seminar in Oxford was essentially totally awesome. A high number of sensational papers and presentations, the usual high level of discussion and (sometimes extreme) dissent, and an … [Read More...]