Greg Fedorenko

Articles from Greg Fedorenko

  • MANAGER RESEARCH: REDFORUM

    In the previous blogs in this series, we’ve talked about how Redington’s 7 Step Framework provides the Manager Research Team with the research strategy we use to assess the broad universe of investment opportunities. We aired these thoughts publicly for the first time at a Forum for asset managers earlier on this year, which gave us the opportunity to talk through the way we approach such matters with the wider investment community. This event was attended by representatives from 19 houses with combined assets under management of over £7 trillion. At the end of the afte ... ..read more
  • BREAKING IT DOWN: THE 7 STEPS AND THE ASSET CLASS UNIVERSE

    We previously talked about the core skill needed in researching a seemingly vast and intimidating topic: having a robust research framework that allows the breaking down of a single large problem into a series of smaller, more manageable ones. To answer the question of how we do this at Redington, it’s necessary to reintroduce our ‘7 Steps to Full Funding’, which we have previously outlined as a roadmap of the services we provide to our clients as they move along the path towards their investment targets.   For the minute, the steps I’d like to concentrat ... ..read more
  • WHAT MAKES GOOD RESEARCH? ASK JOHAN HUIZINGA

    If the Romans can teach us about how to run a pension scheme and Seneca can teach us about the importance of clear goals and objectives, then the man who, I believe, can tell us about Manager Research is an individual by the name of Johan Huizinga. Huizinga, who lived in the Netherlands in the early to mid-twentieth century, was a specialist in European Medieval and Renaissance History, subjects on which he wrote several well-regarded books. However, what’s less well-known is that he also wrote a book, catchily-titled Mensch en menigte in America, on the history of the USA – s ... ..read more

Greg works closely with the senior members of Redington’s Manager Research Team to provide advice to a range of trustee and sponsor-side clients on manager selection and monitoring.
 
He joined the firm in 2011 after completing a Ph.D. in History at Cambridge University.

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