Umberto Alvisi

Head of Risk

Umberto is a Head of Risk at Millennium Global. Before joining the firm in 2014, Umberto worked at Citadel as senior quantitative strategist, where he was responsible for the generation of trade ideas in currency markets and for macro-fundamental/quantitative analysis. Prior to this, Umberto was a Director in the global foreign exchange group at Credit Suisse where he worked extensively on econometric models for foreign exchange determination and the development of alpha-generating strategies.

Umberto graduated from Bocconi University in Milan and holds an MSc in economics from the London School of Economics. Umberto is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority.

Umberto Alvisi

Solutions

Passive Hedging

Passive Hedging

Hedging individual exposures. Aiming at eliminating currency risk.

Dynamic Hedging

Dynamic Hedging

Hedging individual exposures improving on a static hedge

Active Currency Overlay

Active Currency Overlay

Transforming existing exposures improving risk-adjusted returns

Absolute Return

Absolute Return

Unconstrained, aiming at achieving uncorrelated returns

News & Media

FT Podcast, Currencies on the move

December 1, 2017

FT Podcast, Currencies on the move

Wall Street Journal Podcast: Where is the U.S. Dollar Going?

July 6, 2017

Wall Street Journal Podcast: Where is the U.S. Dollar Going?

Moody's downgrades China: What the fund managers are saying

May 26, 2017

Moody's downgrades China: What the fund managers are saying

FT Hard Currency Podcast: Smoking May, red-hot June

May 5, 2017

FT Hard Currency Podcast: Smoking May, red-hot June

Insights & Studies

Millennium Global Macro and Currency Outlook: Highlights Q4 2017

October 11, 2017

Millennium Global Macro and Currency Outlook: Highlights Q4 2017

Millennium Global Macro and Currency Outlook: Highlights Q3 2017

September 27, 2017

Millennium Global Macro and Currency Outlook: Highlights Q3 2017

The Importance of Addressing Currency Risk in an International Portfolio

January 18, 2017

The Importance of Addressing Currency Risk in an International Portfolio