O’Connor’s Multi-Strategy approach

O’Connor’s flagship Multi-Strategy portfolio dates back to 2000, with an approach that is rooted in relative value investing and state-of-the-art risk management capabilities.

Key features:

  • Historically exhibits minimal correlation to equity and fixed income markets
  • Attractive performance targeting high single digit returns and mid-single digit volatility
  • Nimble approach over varying equity and bond cycles strives to participate In upside potential while protecting during downturns through active risk management
  • Emphasis on liquidity and diversification across securities, geographies and sectors
  • Seeks to dynamically allocate capital away from crowded and risky areas and towards new areas of opportunity
  • Complementary, non-overlapping sub-strategies that offer compelling idiosyncratic opportunities

About O’Connor

As an established global leader in markets and derivatives dating back to 1977, O’Connor has managed across multiple economic cycles continuously evolving to capitalize on changing dynamics and alpha opportunities. O’Connor effectively invests across strategies by leveraging a global team, open architecture format, in-depth expertise and experienced leadership.

Click below to watch Kevin Russell, CIO of O’Connor provide an overview of the business and the key tenets of the Multi-Strategy approach

Take a deeper dive into the Multi-Strategy

We dynamically allocate to strategies which we believe have the highest alpha protentional—If you'd like to learn more about these strategies watch below.

Global Multi-Strategy Alpha historically exhibits low beta to equity markets (1 June 2000–31 December 2020)

Global Multi-Strategy Alpha exhibits lower beta of 0.24 against the MSCI AC World Free Total Return Net Index of 1.00, since inception of Global Multi-Strategy Alpha on 1 June 2000 to 31 December 2020.

Kevin Russell provides insight into the Equity Long / Short approach

Blake Hiltabrand, Head of Merger Arbitrage Research and Senior Portfolio Manager, explains the Event Driven approach

Casey Talbot, Head of Fixed Income, gives an overview of the Credit approach

Years of experience