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Senior Quantitative Portfolio Manager using advanced Portfolio Management Analytics integrating Risk Monitoring and Attribution.


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Dominic Clermont:

Dominic Clermont held senior quantitative positions for two of the largest investment management organizations in Canada where he initiated and built Quantitative Investment teams using advanced Portfolio Management Analytics integrating risk monitoring and attribution. He managed Billions of dollars portfolios in various risk-controlled quantitative strategies, both traditional long only and long-short.

Dominic has expertise in Optimal Risk Budgeting which seeks to maximize expected return for any targeted risk budget. Risk attribution ensures that all risk exposures are intended and in line with the investment strategy. His groups quantitatively managed equities, fixed income, hedge funds and asset allocation. He has more than 20 years of experience developing and managing quantitative strategies and advising large investment management organisations on the optimal risk budgeting approach.

Dominic has a Bachelor degree in Actuarial Science from Laval University and an MBA (Finance) from McGill University. He is an Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA) and a CFA Charterholder.

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Since 2014, Dominic has been working for global investment service organizations where he assists investment managers in achieving a more optimal use of their risk budget – i.e. more returns per unit of risk.

Because of this new responsibility, this web site is not regularly monitored. Following the very positive feedback received, the educational content of the website will remain active.


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