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About Sayad

UK

+14 year(s) experience

Sayad Baronyan specializes in quantitative strategies, new data product development, and research consultation. He joined Informa Financial Services, EPFR in November 2018, as a quantitative analyst. In his role, Sayad focuses on building and maintaining quantitative strategies, giving clients consultation about these strategies and authoring white papers and blog posts. Prior to Informa Financial Services, Sayad held positions at HSBC in the Multi Asset Funds Team, and Fortis as Senior Analyst. Sayad graduated with a doctorate in Finance from Özyeğin University and a MSc in Computational Science from Istanbul Technical University.

Analyst Articles

Articles by Sayad

  • EPFR

    Quants Corner - Money Market Fund flows: Fear is not their only signal

    With the impact of the COVID-19 virus on day-to-day life and the global economy growing by leaps and bounds, fund flows are reflecting the biggest flight to safety by investors since the financial crisis in 2007-08.  

    Topic Industry News

  • EPFR

    Quants Corner

    Investors: Capture the wisdom of the crowds ahead of UK Elections UK General Elections have had a long-standing tradition of running on a Thursday. The most cited reasons for the election falling on a Thursday, has been town ‘market’ days which increased the chances of footfall, another, there appears to be a concomitant increase in voter turnout. No one wants elections, for instance, on a Friday, where pay days could lead to a rise in the number of newly-paid, and newly inebriated, voters at the polls!

    Topic Industry News

  • EPFR

    Quants Corner

    The Global oil market: winners and losers, following the Saudi facility attack – a fund flow perspective During the first quarter of this year officials from Tadawul, Saudi Arabia’s main stock exchange, told Reuters that they were anticipating significant flows into the kingdom’s equity markets. The reason for their optimism was Saudi Arabia’s promotion from frontier to emerging markets status, with the attendant expected inclusion of Saudi stocks in major emerging market benchmarks.

    Topic industry-news