The SGI MAP Index (EUR – NTR) provides exposure to the performance of a dynamic top down allocation across a broad range of asset classes. The investment universe is global, from developed to emerging countries and includes both traditional (Cash, Bonds, Credit, Equities) and alternative (Commodities) classes. SGI MAP Index aims to maximize the Sharpe ratio, by offering a significant excess return over cash.
The MAP investment process is based on 4 different pillars:
- Global economic forecasts inputs: a global macro scenario is determined by the SG MAP working group.
- Single asset deep-in-depth analysis: we analyse thoroughly the prospects of each asset class.
- Financial engineering: we check the consistency of the resulting allocation by a quantitative analysis using the Markowitz mean-variance framework.
- Risk control: an ex-ante risk budget prevents to deviate too much from the target policy.
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