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Princeton BCF alumnus Leo Niu started his career in Morgan Stanley’s sales & trading program at their New York headquarters, having first completed a summer internship with the company.
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Global Co-Head of the Quantitative Equity Alpha Business
Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Walsh joined Goldman's Quantitative Equity Alpha (QEA) Business group as an equity researcher following his graduation from BCF's MFin program in 2009. In the ten years since, he has risen to oversee all aspects of QEA's activities across investment research, portfolio management, trading and business strategy.
Co-Portfolio Manager of Global Convertible Bonds Strategies
Lombard Odier Investment Management
In the years since she graduated from BCF's MFin program in 2003, Bucci has developed an impressive track record of successfully managing global convertible bond portfolios, now at Lombard Odier Investment Management and previously at JP Morgan Asset Management.
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
In an episode of the Quantcast podcast on Risk.net, BCF Mfin alumnus Dario Villani talks about how his firm uses machine learning-led algorithms to trade stocks, exchange-traded funds, and global futures.
Equity Quantitative Research and Portfolio Management
Zhang has made impressive career strides in the short time since her graduation from the BCF MFin program in 2016. Before moving to Citadel, Zhang was a Vice President in the Quantitative Investment Strategies group within Goldman Sachs Asset Management, part of a team of five that managed over 20 billion dollars for institutional as well as high net worth clients.