In investing, and in life, you do not always get compensated for taking risk. Therefore, it is important to not only understand the risks in your portfolio, but also to determine which of those risks you are getting paid to take and which you are taking without any compensation.
Avi Salzman of Barron’s wrote an article about Venn’s launch this week. He also highlighted the efficiencies Venn’s factor-based platform offers. “Two Sigma’s program can quickly pull in data about a client’s investment positions, and run analyses based on factors such as momentum and credit..."
In the Business Insider article, Dan DeFrancesco highlighted that “Two Sigma has started selling software geared towards helping allocators of assets, such as pensions, endowments, and family offices, get forward-looking insights into the potential risks in their portfolios.
On Institutional Investor, Leanna Orr describes how “about 200 organizations are already using the data and risk-management tool, having been part of its initial invite-only roll-out period.”
Two Sigma announced it is launching Venn®, a cloud-based investment analysis software platform. Venn is now available to institutional investors and wealth managers among others.
We investigate how family offices have structured their portfolios, according to a recent UBS and Campden Wealth report, given their dim market view.