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Tatjana Puhan, PhD

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Tatjana Puhan, PhD, is responsible for the investment management activities at TOBAM, overseeing the research and portfolio management teams. She joined TOBAM from Swiss Life Asset Managers where she was head of equity and asset allocation for third party asset management. In this role, she was responsible for a number of the company’s flagship strategies, most notably its investment solutions utilizing systematic and proprietary quantitative approaches, as well as contributing to Swiss Life Asset Managers’ asset allocation and equity research initiatives. Dr. Puhan has more than 15 years’ investment experience, worked at a number of leading asset management and private banking businesses while also bringing a strong academic and research background. Dr. Puhan holds a master’s degree in finance and business administration from the University of Hamburg and earned her PhD in finance from the Swiss Financial Institute at the University of Zurich, with research fellow appointments at the University of Zurich, Kellogg Business School (Northwestern University), and the University of Hamburg. She is a lecturer in finance at the University of Mannheim and an associated researcher of the Hamburg Financial Research Center.

Author's Posts
Did Corporate Bond ETFs Kill the “Alpha Stars”?

The race for scale among active managers in response to low-cost ETF competition may be self-defeating.

Concentration Risk on the Buy-Side of Credit Markets: The Causes

What are the effects of buy-side concentration on the structure of the corporate bond market?

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