Markus Schuller is the founder and managing partner of Panthera Solutions. As a leading behavioral design company, Panthera optimally configures the investment decision design of professional investment processes to facilitate most evidence-based decision making. As adjunct professor, Schuller teaches such courses as Adaptive Risk Management, Investment Banking, and Asset Allocation for Practitioners at the renowned Master in Finance programs of the EDHEC Business School and the International University of Monaco. Schuller publishes in top academic journals, writes articles for professional journals, and delivers keynotes at international investment conferences. In short, as investment banker, adjunct professor, and author, Schuller looks back at 20 rewarding years of trading, structuring, and managing standard and alternative investment products. Prior to founding Panthera Solutions, he worked in executive roles for a long/short equity hedge fund for which he developed the trading algorithm. Schuller started his career working as an equity trader, derivatives trader, and macro analyst for different banks.
What are the most widely used causality tests in the equity markets?
What is the half-life of financial knowledge and how can professional investors win the race against it?
A speaker's tour in East Africa gave Markus Schuller a compelling window into how four rising economies are working to find a place for their nascent finance sectors in global capital markets.
Specialize or face extinction. This is the binary choice facing small-to-medium sized asset managers, says Markus Schuller.
Why do professional investors talk about behavioral finance more than they apply its insights?
What can artificial intelligence (AI) do for the investment management industry? What can't it do? Markus Schuller provides his insights.
The less personal the variable to be optimized in an investment process, the lower the resistance. Let's call it "Schuller's Law."
How do you know whether a multi-asset portfolio is worth the investment? No policy portfolio benchmark exists against which investors can measure their multi-asset investment strategy. Until now.