Peruvemba Satish

Peruvemba Satish

Job Title: SVP, Global Analytics


Peruvemba Satish is leading a newly created group focused on global macro quantitative research, security selection and relative value models, portfolio risk analysis and design of innovative strategies.

Satish joined American Century Investments from Allstate Investments LLC, where he was a member of the management committee, senior managing director and portfolio manager for their Performance-Based Strategies Group.  In this role, he managed a total return portfolio in distressed, event driven, special situation and thematic strategies across debt and equity.  Additionally, he was responsible for managing the hedge fund allocation of Allstate’s pension plans.  Previously, he was senior managing director and head of the Portfolio Management Group responsible for managing the general account, corporate assets and pension plans.  Earlier, he served as the chief risk officer for Allstate Investments. Prior to Allstate, Satish worked for almost a decade in alternative investment management as the chief risk officer for Jamison Capital Partners LP, partner, chief risk officer and a member of the investment committee at DKR Capital Partners LP, and director of risk management at Soros Fund Management LLC.

Earlier in his career, Satish held quantitative research and investment management positions at Barclays Capital, State Street Bank and Trust and other firms. He received a Ph.D. in finance from the University of Texas at Austin, a master’s degree in economics from the State University of New York, and bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering and economics from Birla Institute of Technology & Science in Pilani, India. He is a CFA charterholder and member of the CFA Institute.


Speaking at the following:

2:50 - 3:30
Panel: Risk allocation: managing investment portfolio using risk

How to cover multi asset class coverage including alternatives like private assets and hedge funds Can we capture Smart Beta’s returns Proper treatment of derivatives and leverage The role of risk parity in the portfolio