Paul Sinthunont

Paul Sinthunont

Senior Analyst

Areas of Expertise: Buy-Side Governance, Buy-Side Performance and Index Measurement Client Reporting, Buy-Side Portfolio Management Systems, Buy-Side Portfolio Risk Management, Buy-Side Risk and Compliance, Custody, ESG, Fund Administration, Institutional Asset Owners

Paul Sinthunont is a senior analyst at Aite Group, specializing in buy-side research. He covers buy-side trends in technology, operations, and regulation. His core focus is on portfolio management systems, risk management, performance attribution and measurement, Environmental Social and Governance (ESG), investment accounting, and client reporting.

Mr. Sinthunont has spoken at industry conferences including at InvestOps, Global Custodian, CISI, CorpActions, and Performance Measurement Europe.

Before joining Aite Group, Mr. Sinthunont was a research consultant at CoreData Research, where he led the research efforts covering trends in both intermediary and institutional investor channels. This included producing market insight studies, white papers, and thought leadership for both asset managers and asset servicers such as State Street, Invesco, Natixis Investment Management, Janus Henderson, and Vanguard. Topics covered included portfolio strategy, client engagement, manager selection, ESG integration, alternative investing, and factor investing.

Mr. Sinthunont holds a B.A. in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Manchester, an M.Sc in Economics from the University of Warwick, and an M.Sc in Public Policy from University College London. He has completed Level III of the Chartered Financial Analyst program. He is fluent in both English and Thai.

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Thursday, January 16, 2020 | 11 a.m. ET
  Join Aite Group research director Virginie O’Shea and her team for a one-hour webinar as they identify the top trends that will shape capital markets around the globe in 2020 and beyond. Attend the webinar to: Gain insight on the adoption of APIs and ecosystem strategies in...
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 | 11:00 a.m. ET
Market turmoil and global events led to a major decline in equity markets by the end of 2018. Did active managers cope with the fall and did risk management models and systems make the grade? What are the current requirements of risk technology and how will these needs evolve in the future?...

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