For institutional investors in the UK

Philip Maymin, PhD

Director of Asset Allocation Strategies
Philip Maymin is Director of Asset Allocation Strategies at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since joining the firm in 2022. Working closely with the portfolio managers and researchers, he represents the firm’s asset allocation and adaptive strategies to clients and prospective clients. Prior to Janus Henderson, Philip was an insight partner and head of insight product at Essentia Analytics from 2019. He served as research partner and academic advisor from 2009 to 2018 at Gerstein Fisher. He was co-founder and portfolio manager at Maymin Capital Management LLC from 2005 to 2007. Before that, he was a portfolio manager at Ellington Management Group LLC from 2000. Philip began his career as a strategist at Long-Term Capital Management LP in 1996. His experience also includes serving as a professor at NYU Tandon, the University of Bridgeport, and Fairfield Dolan.
 
Philip received a BA degree in computer science and an MS degree in applied mathematics from Harvard University. He earned a PhD in finance from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. He has 26 years of financial industry experience.

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Myron Scholes on Time: Conundrums of risk management

In this episode, Myron tackles some of the toughest conundrums in risk management: when to de-risk, when to re-risk, and how to think about risk in a real, multi-period world.

Myron Scholes on Time: Understanding and building trust
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A discussion on the importance of building trust in the investment management industry, and how data mining, clustering, and reverse engineering of models could create pitfalls.

Myron Scholes on Time: Time diversification
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A discussion on time diversification and its importance in effecting investment outcomes.