Aneet Chachra is a Portfolio Manager on the Diversified Alternatives Team at Janus Henderson Investors. Prior to joining Henderson in 2012, Aneet was an equity analyst at Citigroup. Before Citigroup, he was a strategist at Outpost Investment Group, where he generated trade ideas, researched thematic issues and published investment commentary. Aneet also developed quantitative trading strategies and portfolio analytics at JWM Partners. He began his career in 2000 at Morgan Stanley developing tools for interest rate derivatives and corporate bonds. Aneet’s research work has been quoted in numerous financial publications.
Mr. Chachra holds a BASc degree in engineering and a BA degree in economics from the University of Waterloo in Canada. He also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and the Investment Management Certificate. He has 23 years of financial industry experience.
In this article, Portfolio Manager Aneet Chachra and Investment Director Alistair Sayer consider the cost of trading when volatility spikes, and ask if liquid alternatives provide an alternative for investors to manage their portfolios during periods of uncertainty?
Can historical and simulated data provide some guidance to what scale of asset price swings investors could expect over time? In this article Portfolio manager Aneet Chachra and David Elms, Head of Diversified Alternatives, address the value of drawdown probabilities in helping to calibrate our expectations of price moves.
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