Monday, April 25, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
730 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10017
The Asian Financial Society cordially invites you to attend the AFS sponsored event.
Topic: Global Macro in 2016
Featured Guest: Yiming Zhang
Mr. Zhang is a Global Macro Portfolio Manager at Millennium Partners, a multi-billion global hedge fund. Mr. Zhang joined Millennium in 2014, and currently serves as Managing Director and head of his trading group focus on global fixed income, currencies and commodities. Prior to joining Millennium, Mr. Zhang was a Global Macro Portfolio Manager at Tudor Investment Corporation. And prior to that, Mr. Zhang was an Economics Consultant at International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Mr. Zhang holds Master’s degrees from University of California, Berkeley and Georgetown University, and a Bachelor’s degree from Wuhan University
Featured Guest: Clark Hsu
Mr. Hsu is the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Paramita Capital Management in New York. He is responsible for the firm’s global macro trading and client advisory. From 2010 to 2012, he was a senior portfolio manager at Vegasoul Capital in New York and ran the systematic, multi-asset options trading. Vegasoul Capital is a sophisticated, 100% systematic CTA fund with USD750 million of AUM at its peak. From 2006 to 2009, Mr. Hsu worked at Dresdner Bank’s highly profitable Asia Quant Trading team as a director and senior prop trader to head developed-Asia equity options trading. He was then re-hired by the same manager in the same capacity to join Deutsche Bank’s largest internal HF – Equity Proprietary Trading group as a director and senior prop trader. From 2004 to 2006, Mr. Hsu was a portfolio manager in Bermuda based West End Capital (a Fixed Income RV/Global Macro HF funded by Berkshire Hathaway with USD$1 billion AUM at its peak) to run G7 volatility trading in the hybrid (IR/FX) space. From 1997 to 2004, he was a VP for Credit Suisse’s fixed income division in Tokyo, New York, and London. During his 7-year tenure at Credit Suisse (CS), he worked for the most profitable JGB desk in Tokyo from 1997 to early 2000, then moved back to CS New York to lead and became a pioneer in the fixed income high frequency, market-making algorithm business. From 2003 to late 2004, he moved to CS London to help form the Pension Advisory & Structuring group from scratch.
Mr. Hsu earned both MS in Computational Finance and MBA degrees from Carnegie Mellon University in 1997, BS in Electronics Engineering from National Chiao Tung University (the best science and engineering school in Taiwan) in 1993; and passed 10 US actuarial exams from Society of Actuaries pre-2000. He passed US Series 3 & 7, UK FSA (Security & Regulatory paper), and Japan JSDA (level 1 & 2). Mr. Hsu also ranked 2nd place in the worldwide mental math competition awarded in Tokyo and was televised on Japan’s NHK TV channel before. He can mentally calculate options Greeks and hedging ratio in real-time.
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AFS Event Committee