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Backed and developed by ongoing and rigorous scientific research
- Intelligent investment system that evolves in line with markets
- Research efforts provide hard-to-replicate advantages across the investment process
- High calibre scientists with expertise in applying pattern recognition to big data
Decades of experience in systematic investing
- Over 25 years at the forefront of systematic investment management
- David Harding has started two of the word’s leading alternative investment companies: AHL and Winton
Proven track record in a variety of market conditions and low correlation with traditional investments
- WFP has achieved stable risk-adjusted performance
- Only two negative calendar years since 1997
- Low correlation with equities and bonds over the long run
Draws on Winton's deep expertise in risk management
- Multi-faceted approach to risk, assessing a wide range of factors
- Navigated a number of major crises
- Shorter and shallower drawdowns than those experienced by equities