Paris-based quantitative asset manager LFIS (La Française Investment Solutions) has appointed Jean-Michel Lévy-Bruhl as a senior portfolio manager in its Factor Investing team.
Lévy-Bruhl will be part of LFIS' Factor Investing team, which brings together quant research and practical know-how and applies these to LFIS' investment strategies. The appointment deepens LFIS' quant capabilities, particularly with respect to its premia strategies, and demonstrates the firm's continuing investment towards supporting its continuing growth.
Lévy-Bruhl joins from Delebor AM, which he co-founded and where he worked across a range of systematic investment strategies. Prior to this he was head of European Market Making at BAML, head of Paris Portfolio Management at Nomura and before that, a senior trader in BNP Paribas' Systematic Quantitative Strategies team. He started his career at JP Morgan.