THEAM

A transparent ‘quantamental’ manager

HAMLIN LOVELL
THEAM’s award-winning funds are based primarily on its distinctive interpretation and application of academic research, and its proprietary research, into areas including anomalies around behavioural finance. THEAM belongs to one of Europe’s largest asset managers, BNP Paribas Investment Partners (BNPP IP), which manages over €530 billion, across around 20 groups with structures ranging from internal units to autonomous groups and partly or wholly owned subsidiaries, including THEAM, which...

This article is only available to subscribers.

Having problems?

If you have any questions regarding subscriptions or restricted content, please contact us on +44 (0)207 278 3385 or info@hedgefundjournal.com