AP1 builds data muscle in-house as young quants are in demand

Quant teams to analyze investment data on an expert level are becoming a new normal in the Swedish pension fund industry.

Quant teams are analyzing investment data in the pension fund industry. | Photo: Kacper Pempel/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Leading Swedish pension funds currently build young teams within their organizations to embrace technology and draw expertise from the vast amounts of data in today’s new investment landscape.

In an interview with industry news site, Swedish pension fund AP1 Analyst from the quantitative division Dmytro Sheludchenko describes the trend.

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