Edward Parcell is a Portfolio Manager and Quantitative Strategist at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2019. He is responsible for conducting quantitative research for the firm’s asset allocation platform and co-managing the Global Adaptive Multi-Asset strategy and Global Allocation strategies. Prior to joining Janus in 2014 as a quantitative researcher/strategist, Mr. Parcell served as a quantitative developer at AVM LP, a Florida-based fixed income and credit broker/dealer and fund, where he worked with the rates trading desk as a member of the technology team. Before that, he was a quantitative analyst with UBS. His experience also includes launching a quantitative software and services company and working as a quantitative analyst at Brevan Howard, as a director with the methodology group at Derivative Fitch, and as a quantitative analyst at Reoch Credit Partners. Additionally, he was an assistant actuarial consultant at Hewitt Associates.
Mr. Parcell holds a bachelor of science degree from Trinity College, Cambridge, where he studied mathematics. He also received his diploma in actuarial techniques from the Institute of Actuaries. Mr. Parcell has published numerous industry papers and has 17 years of financial industry experience.