Quantitative Investing. Redefined.

Investing with a disciplined, systematic approach

Proprietary strategies developed over a decade.

Why Saemor?

  • Award winning
  • Proven uncorrelated strategies 
  • Transparency that meets investors' expectations
  • Bespoke investment solutions
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Saemor at a Glance

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Strong team with institutional backing

Founded in 2008 with the backing of insurance company AEGON, we have built an investment boutique with an institutional infrastructure with 23 employees. Saemor currently manages around US$500m.

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Systematic equity market neutral strategy

Systematic investing:

  • Employing a systematic multi-factor model to generate alpha through tested proprietary strategies.
  • Evolving our processes through consistent evaluation of existing strategies and new innovations.
  • Making judgement calls on which data and which statistics to use (and which to ignore); never losing sight of the fact that, in the end, it is real-world companies that we invest in.
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Long-term track record, award winning with low correlation

Our award winning European equity market neutral strategy has provided consistent returns over 10 years, providing protection even during market downturns. 

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Investment solutions

Saemor has been successfully managing the European strategy since inception in 2008. We are partnering with AMUNDI to launch a Luxembourg UCITS version in 2019. Future plans include the development of a global systematic strategy, building on our proven European capability. 

Bespoke mandates

We have the capability to work with clients, tailoring portfolios to specific benchmarks, risk budgets such as total risk levels, long/short restrictions and investment restrictions such as leverage levels or excluding particular countries or regions.

  • ESG - ESG is incorporated into our portfolio construction process and could be further expanded in the future. 
  • UCITS - We have experience managing a white labelled UCITS strategy. 

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