Christine E. Cappabianca
Senior Research Analyst
- 13 Years with the firm
- 13 Years of industry experience
Christine is a senior research analyst providing portfolio analysis as well as ad hoc research to the firm's investment teams. She serves as a portfolio manager on the Internet of Things, Digital Assets and US Manufacturing thematic strategies. Christine is also responsible for the application of ESG data into investment processes as well as ESG-related quantitative research and the generation of proprietary signals.
Prior this role, Christine was a member of the firm’s Investment Risk team and covered all asset classes with a focus on multi- asset. Before that, Christine was a quantitative analyst for the equity division where she provided dedicated quantitative support to the Large Cap Value strategy team and completed optimization and risk analysis for strategies using quantitative approaches in portfolio management. Her first role on the Quantitative team focused on data and model quality as well as coding an in-house “Quant Intranet.” These roles expanded into further work with proprietary and alternative data, reporting and analysis.
Prior to joining the firm in early 2007, Christine spent a year working with the elderly homeless population in Boston. Christine earned a BA in economics from Harvard University and a master's degree in investment management from Boston University.
Experience listed may include partial year periods.