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By PWM Editor
 
Robert Haugen, Alfred Berg

PWM hosted a discussion with Professor Robert Haugen, inventor of the Minimum Variance quantitative investment concept, at the end of June in London. Professor Haugen’s discoveries shook the world of portfolio management from the 1960s onwards, but were never popular with the investment and business school establishment.

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