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Shayan Ratnasingam

Investment Analyst
Since joining Architas in September 2018, Shayan has focused his time on researching thematic and socially responsible investment related strategies as part of the fund selection process. Within the investment team Shayan has responsibilities for covering money markets and further supporting the development and implementation of the business’s ESG strategy.

Prior to joining Architas, Shayan spent two and a half years at Aon as an investment analyst. Shayan worked with trustees of large pension schemes in setting their investment strategy, including asset allocation, portfolio construction and fund selection. Prior to his time at Aon, Shayan worked in credit risk modelling within the banking sector.

Shayan has a BSc (Hons) in Actuarial Science from Cass Business School, London. He is currently working toward becoming a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries (FIA).

 

THIS WEEK

Latest insights from our team

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The View - Autumn 2019

Article | Investments | 08/11/2019

The Autumn edition of The View provides a step-by-step guide to how Architas Funds have performed recently, how the political and economic environment has driven financial markets, and what this means for your investments.

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A Strong Performance by equity markets

Article | Investments | 30/10/2019

Riskier assets like shares (equities) had a good month, boosted by rate cuts and other easing measures from the US and European central banks.

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Equities boosted by proposed UK-China talks

Article | Investments | 29/10/2019

Japanese equities led the pack, while European equities rose due to expectations for ECB economic stimulus

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