Unlocking potential

We create opportunities based on quantitative methods and high-performance technologies with an ambitious team.

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Who we are

Quantitative asset manager in Frankfurt and London

Quoniam develops customised investment solutions for institutional investors. Our value creation is based on research- and data-driven methods, a high-performance IT platform and our profound capital market experience. As a pioneer in active quantitative asset management, we have stood for systematic equity, bond and multi-asset strategies for 20 years.

What sets us apart

“Quoniam is the intersection of smart and passionate people, cutting edge research, and high quality implementation which enables us to consistently add value to our clients.”

Nigel Cresswell, CEO, Managing Partner 

Quoniam in numbers
20+

years of experience in quantitative asset management 

28+

billion assets under management 

45%

of assets are managed sustainably 

Our strategies

Equities   

Holistic analysis creates opportunities  

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Corporate Bonds  

Diversification as a success factor   

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Multi-Asset 

Exploit opportunities, reduce risks 

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Sustainability

We identify what is essential in the increasing variety of ESG data and how you can integrate sustainability into your portfolio in a meaningful way.
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Article
August 2022
How attractive is investment grade credit?

What does the current market situation mean for liquid instruments? Dr Harald Henke explains to what extent an investment in Euro investment grade corporate bonds makes sense in the scenario with declining inflation and increasing recession concerns.

Article
July 2022
Recession ahead – How are the central banks reacting?

How is inflation developing? Dr Harald Henke looks at the reactions of the central banks and the associated developments of key interest rates and inflation in the emerging recession with a view to the Eurozone and the USA.

Article
July 2022
Outlook: What comes after the money glut and stock market bubble?

The shift in the role of the central banks has led to a positive price development since the beginning of the millennium, despite several crises. The highly expansive monetary and fiscal policy, combined with the low general inflation rates until recently, has also led to increases in asset prices, some of which have been significant. Thomas Kieselstein, CIO, describes this development and the associated consequences for investors.

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