Feifei Li is a director in Research & Investment Management at Research Affiliates LLC and a visiting professor of finance at University of California, Irvine.
Area of Expertise: quantitative investment research, global technical asset allocation (GTAA) research
Topics Presented in Speeches: “The Business Cycle and Asset Allocation,” “The RAFI Fundamental Index Approach,” “RAFI Fundamental Index Bonds,” “Low Volatility: The competitive Landscape” and “The Value Effect”
Feifei Li is responsible for quantitative research on equity products and strategies, including the RAFI Fundamental Index strategies and RAFI Low Volatility Equity strategies. She also conducts research on the optimal asset allocation decision over the business cycle for the global tactical asset allocation products. In addition, she oversees strategies development and publications for the research group.
Feifei has taught undergraduate and MBA finance classes at the California Institute of Technology and University of California, Irvine. She has contributed a number of investment-related articles for both academic and practitioner journals, as well as books.
Feifei earned her Ph.D. in finance at the University of California, Los Angeles, where she conducted empirical research on corporate finance and event-driven investment strategies. She earned a B.A. from Tsinghua University’s School of Management and Economics in Beijing. Feifei is a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM).
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