Steeve Brument
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Steeve Brument

Head of Systematic Funds

Steeve Brument has been Head of Systematic funds at Candriam since 2007.

He started his career in 1997 within the private client group of Merrill Lynch before moving to Refco Securities as a Futures and Equity Derivatives Broker in 1999. He joined Candriam as a Systematic Fund Manager in 2001 and did extensive research on trading systems and systematic portfolio allocation.

In 2007, he became Head of Systematic Funds, and diversified its CTA from traditional trend following models, to a mix of trend following, pattern recognition and counter trend models.

Steeve holds a master’s degree from the Ecole Supérieure de Gestion in Finance in Paris.

Discover the latest articles by Steeve Brument

Outlook 2023, Johann Mauchand, Steeve Brument

CTA's: "Ride of the Valkyries"

Hard landing or soft? From Draghi’s ‘’Whatever it takes” to Powell’s “Whatever it costs”, we know the markets are ready for exciting times. CTAs aim to face the next swing, whether it be hard landing or soft.
Retorno absoluto, Asignación de activos, Johann Mauchand, Research Paper, Steeve Brument

¡Sonría! La convexidad CTA no está perdida...

Si la sonrisa mide cómo reacciona el valor de la cartera a los cambios en los mercados subyacentes, tal vez deberíamos medir la sonrisa, y esto es lo que nuestro equipo de inversión ha estado haciendo.
Retorno absoluto, Nadège Dufossé, Steeve Brument, Video

In search of absolute return across asset classes

As governments continue to maintain low interest rates through the COVID-19 pandemic, and the correlation between asset classes remains high, the questions of diversification, income and attractive returns are firmly on investors’ agenda. You can now listen to the replay of our recent webinar which looked at the relevance of the multi asset absolute return approach in today’s investment markets and introduced our two risk-rated portfolios that meet your requirements.
Research Paper, Asignación de activos, Steeve Brument

Interest rates go up

After several decades of riding a government bonds bull market, investors are now looking for alternative drivers of return. Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) strategies, with their ability to make gains in rising, as well as falling markets, have historically been able to improve risk-adjusted returns when introduced to a balanced portfolio. However, a question that investors can legitimately ask today is how are CTAs impacted by rising interest rates?
Asignación de activos, Steeve Brument

Going with the trend

Discover what CTAs can do in this age of low interest rates… And how they do it

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