Indrani De | Managing Director, Macro & Country Risk
TIAA-CREF

Indrani De, Managing Director, Macro & Country Risk, TIAA-CREF

Indrani De, CFA, PRM, is Managing Director of Macro & Country Risk, in Enterprise Risk Management at TIAA. Her responsibilities include macroeconomic and financial markets analysis, economic forecasting, key risk indicators and asset class outlook, scenario design, stress testing and sensitivity analysis, and identification and evaluation of emerging risks. Prior to TIAA, she was Senior Director of Quantitative Research at institutional buy-side investment firm New Amsterdam Partners. Earlier in her career, she worked as an investment analyst for GE Capital and 20th Century Venture Capital. She has been published in the Journal of Investing, Journal of Investment Consulting and NYSSA Financial Professionals’ Post. Indrani is a past president and on the Board of Directors of the Society of Quantitative Analysts (SQA). She has been a frequent speaker at leading industry conferences and been quoted in major media outlets like Reuters, Forbes and Financial Planning. Indrani received an undergraduate degree in Economics (Honors) from University of Delhi, and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management (Bangalore). She completed the coursework for a PhD (Business-Major in Finance) at the City University of New York with a full merit scholarship, and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst and Professional Risk Manager designations. Indrani enjoys reading on a wide range of subjects and travelling the world, and has travelled to more than forty countries.

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TNSY 2018 @ 14:10

Workflow integration – how can discretionary managers incorporate new datasets into their trading processes?

  • Identification & acquisition – licensing new data sets through vendors or third parties; aligning your data with your investment strategy
  • Normalization – storing, structuring and pre-processing data for analysis
  • Modeling – backtesting, visualization, machine learning algorithm development
  • Signal implementation – automated vs. manual execution
last published: 20/Aug/18 19:55 GMT

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