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Matthew Siddick

Matthew Siddick

Directeur principal, Solutions de risque opérationnel

Matthew Siddick a rejoint bfinance en 2021 en tant que directeur principal au sein de l'équipe Portfolio Solutions, où il dirige l'unité Operational Risk Solutions. Avant de rejoindre bfinance, il a acquis 15 ans d'expérience dans le conseil en investissement, plus récemment en tant que partenaire associé et responsable de la due diligence opérationnelle EMEA chez Aon. Matthew est titulaire d'un diplôme de première classe (Hons) en économie de l'Université du Sussex et possède la certification CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst).


Market intelligence:

The year 2023 brought a slowdown in fundraising across private infrastructure funds – and private markets more broadly.

The Dutch pension industry is undergoing seismic shifts. Long-anticipated reforms enacted in July 2023 ushered in a Defined Contribution system that is set to be unique among global counterparts.

In October 2023, 61 senior endowment, foundation and charity/nonprofit investors across 16 countries contributed data and insights for this global study. This community has long been recognised for...

Active currency overlays and ‘currency for alpha’ managers struggled for much of the ‘ZIRP’ era. Now, divergence between major currencies has brought heightened FX risk for investors – but also...

Transaction cost analysis (TCA) awareness is on the rise, with equity and bond investors increasingly recognising trading as a key area of leakage.

Investors are grappling with cost management challenges amid persistent inflation, heightened ESG requirements and regulatory burdens. To find out more, bfinance surveyed nearly 200 asset owners in...

Following a fundamental shift in macroeconomic conditions, we weigh up the attractions of small cap equities in an era of lower economic growth and elevated inflation and revisit the case for...

During 2021-22, the results produced by active equity managers have been heavily influenced by the extent to which their portfolios have been ‘geared in’ to recent inflationary dynamics. Yet those...