In our long experience as global investors, we understand investing to be the art and science of making decisions about the trade-offs between the opportunity for higher returns and the risk of pursuing those returns. Much of that information is not readily available to investors and sometimes those trade-offs are not always evident. To see them, we need the right information.
At the same time, portfolio managers (and often their clients) are increasingly required to be “expert generalists” on an expanding knowledge base that extends well beyond the domain of traditional finance, including technology, advanced quantitative methods, geopolitics and regulations. We believe portfolio management will only become more demanding, as technology advances, data proliferates and the financial markets continue to evolve.
This is why Invesco Investment Solutions (IIS) developed Invesco Vision: a decision support system for our clients and researchers, offering a broad set of capabilities intended to better understand the risks and trade-offs presented by assets and portfolios, and to identify solutions that are best aligned with investors’ specific preferences and objectives.
Invesco Vision combines analytical and diagnostic capabilities into a single solution that supports better decision-making — marrying the strengths of machine efficiency and transparency with human judgment and collaboration.
This executive summary distills the contents of our white paper, which includes the theoretical and mathematical background on the approaches and methods built into Invesco Vision, and 15 case studies that demonstrate how its capabilities can be used to develop a range of practical real-world investment solutions.
Download the full Invesco Vision whitepaper.
With decades of experience managing multi-asset portfolios, our strategists, portfolio managers and analysts can help produce improved investment outcomes.
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