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The Brinson (Equities) Attribution Model

The Brinson (Equities) Attribution Model

Ali Chabaane

25 years: Investment management

In the previous video, Ali explained why performance attribution is important for an asset management firm. He also outlined a few examples and how we interpret them. In this video, he goes deeper into some of the theories behind these performance attribution reports and how they are constructed.

In the previous video, Ali explained why performance attribution is important for an asset management firm. He also outlined a few examples and how we interpret them. In this video, he goes deeper into some of the theories behind these performance attribution reports and how they are constructed.

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The Brinson (Equities) Attribution Model

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Overview

There are several different models that can be used for performance attribution, one of which is the Brinson, Hood, Beebower model, more commonly known as just the Brinson model. It is specifically suited for use when the portfolio is measured against a specific benchmark and it focuses on stock selection and asset allocation.

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  • Outline how the Brinson model was developed and what it can be used for

  • Understand the maths behind the model

  • Outline the pros and cons of the model

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Ali Chabaane

Ali Chabaane

With over 20 years of experience leading investment teams across equity, fixed income and multi-asset portfolios, Ali is now Managing Director at Fastnet Asset Management which provides portfolio managers with insights on how active performance is generated and how to enhance it. Prior to Fastnet, Ali has previously been Global Head of Portfolio Construction at Amundi, and Head of Credit Risk Methodologies at BNP Paribas.

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