Intech's Adrian Banner Uses Volatility to Beat the S&P 500

The $51 billion institutional shop's CEO says his firm's math-based approach to investing enables it to pick up gains from stock price swings.

Adrian Banner tries out the piano at the Carlton Hotel in New York.

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Volatility represents risk for most investors. For Intech Investment Management, it’s a source of return.

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