Professor Andrew ClareTrend Following and Momentum Investing
Areas of expertise
- Asset Management
- Data Analysis
- Qualtitative Research
- Bachelors Degree, Economics, Wolverhampton Polytechnic
- Master’s Degree, Economics and Quantitative International Finance, University of Southampton
- Doctor of Philosophy, (Ph.D.), Asset Pricing and Financial Market Regulation
Professor Andrew Clare is Associate Dean and the Professor of Asset Management at Cass Business School. He was a Senior Research Manager in the Monetary Analysis wing of the Bank of England, which supported the work of the Monetary Policy Committee.
While at the Bank Andrew was responsible for equity market and derivatives research. Andrew also spent three years working as the Financial Economist for Legal and General Investment Management (LGIM), where he was responsible for the group’s investment process and where he began the development of LGIM’s initial Liability Driven Investment offering. He has published extensively in both academic and practitioner journals on a wide range of economic and financial market issues. In a survey published in 2007, Andrew was ranked as the world’s ninth most prolific finance author of the past fifty years.
Andrew serves on the investment committee of the GEC Marconi pension plan, which oversees the investments and investment strategy of this £5.0bn scheme and is a trustee and Chairman of the Investment Committee of the £2.5bn Magnox Electric Group Pension scheme.