Quantbot Celebrates A Decade!

On March 27th, Quantbot Technologies turned 10!! The US Team celebrated with a presentation by our President Paul White with flashbacks from the past, drinks (lots) , and an amazing team dinner at Zuma NYC. Everyone was full of smiles and laughter all night long !

The US Quantbot Family~ (missing a few) #issalit

Ops (s)quad~

Our Quantbot Partners looking extra happy 🙂 (missing one)

Cheers to many more years to come! 😀 #issavibe

Bonus Zuma Dessert Platter : Trying out different ranges of dessert, from Yuzu cheesecake to Banana Bread to Molten Lava Cake to many many more ranges of delicious fruits !

Quantbot Sponsored Finance Research Projects at MIT

On March 13, 2019, Quantbot Technologies was represented at MIT’s Finance Research Practicum final presentation session at the MIT campus in Boston. As sponsors of the prestigious practicum this year, two of our employees mentored two separate groups of interns in their research projects through the first two months of 2019. One group focused on Fundamentals Nowcasting and the other worked on an Analysis of Commitments of Traders Reports for Commodities and Financial Futures. While in Boston we had an opportunity to not only see the results of the projects we participated in, but see and learn about every other research project as well. From Machine Learning techniques to ESG analysis, the students tackled interesting and varied research projects for the practicum, and we are excited to have been a  sponsor this year.

CERN Alumni New York



On March 5th,  our CEO hosted the latest instalment of the NY chapter of the CERN alumni group. The event was well attended by former CERN scientists that are now active in academia and a wide variety of industries such as finance, automotive and biotech.

More information about the CERN alumni program can be found at https://alumni.cern

Seminar at University of Bonn in Germany

Our CEO gave a seminar in February 2019 about the linkage between physics and quantitative finance to students at the University of Bonn in Germany. The lecture was followed by lively Question and Answer session since many in the audience realized for the first time the close connection between, for example, black-sholes and the heat equation.