Databases & Data Sets
Thursday, February 14, 2019, 09:00am - 10:00am
Contact Chris Bartlett, Paul Silverberg

Summary

Working with Hedge fund databases and traditional asset data in Risk Shell. Global and local wallet scopes. Eliminating asset duplicates. User-defined virtual databases. Custom data fields.

Data Structure: Hedge Fund Databases, Equity Databases, Long-only Funds And Virtual Databases

  • Understand the data structure of Risk Shell: vendors' and user-defined virtual databases.
  • Learn pros and cons of different hedge fund databases and their data structures.
  • Learn Risk Shell tools for maintaining consistent data sets across multiple data feeds.

Global Indices And Macroeconomic Factors

  • Selecting Best-fit indices.
  • Creating custom factor subsets for Style Analysis.
  • User-defined custom indices and proxies.

Working With Risk Shell Databases

  • Introduction to Risk Shell databases: hedge fund databases and traditional fund data.
  • Creating and maintaining user-defined virtual databases.
  • The problem of inconsistent data of hedge fund databases; how to identify and fix data inconsistency.
  • Eliminating duplicates when merging data sets across multiple databases.
  • Introduction to Risk Shell proprietary data. Trend Segmentation databases.

Potential Audience

Institutional portfolio managers, hedge FoF and multi-asset portfolio managers, CIOs, advanced family offices, endowments.

Location online
Live control of Risk Shell applications via GoToMeeting and/or Webex.
UK & Europe. GMT time zone - morning session

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