Allocation Advisory Board

The Allocation Advisory Board is an advisory forum for the Chief Investment Officer Allocation Strategies.

The objective of the advisory board is to provide the CIO Allocation Strategies with input regarding asset allocation processes such as oversight of key areas in finance and economics related to asset allocation decisions. Insights into new academic research, which may have an impact on how to assess investment opportunities, make allocation decisions or design investment strategies. And independent assessment of investment opportunities, allocation decisions and investment strategies as presented to the advisory board.

The Allocation Advisory Board was established in 2015, and consists of internationally recognised financial economists.

Board members

Lars Lochstoer

Associate Professor of Finance, Anderson School of Management, University of California Los Angeles

Professor Lochstoer's main research interest is asset pricing, focusing on the relation between the real economy and financial markets.


Hanno Lustig

The Mizuho Financial Group Professor of Finance, Senior Fellow, Graduate Business School, Stanford University

Hanno Lustig has worked at the intersection of macroeconomics and finance. Recently, his research has focused on the global currency carry trade. In addition, Lustig has explored the impact of government guarantees on the pricing of tail risk borne by large financial institutions.


Tarun Ramadorai

Professor of Financial Economics, Imperial College London

Tarun Ramadorai has a broad range of research interests in the areas of household finance, asset pricing, and international finance. He is greatly interested in finance and economics issues in emerging markets, with a particular focus on India.


Affiliated member

Luis M. Viceira

George E. Bates Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Executive Education, Harvard Business School

Luis Viceiras research, course development, and teaching focus on the areas of investment management and capital markets. Luis Viceira served as a member of the 2016-2018 advisory board.


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