Thomas M. Jardine joins Trade Informatics as a Managing Director
By: Trade Informatics
Prior to joining TI , Jardine built and managed JPMorgan Chase's Equity Business Intelligence initiative and managed the Central Risk Desk for over 6 years. Before this he was responsible for the cash, electronic, and program trading teams and was a member of the Equity Management Committee in Tokyo. He has also held a number of other trader positions at institutions including Bear Stearns, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, Deutsche Bank, Lehman and Merrill Lynch.
Jardine received his undergraduate degree from Brown University, an MBA from the University of Chicago, a Masters in Business Analytics from NYU Stern and is an adjunct associate professor of Applied Analytics at Columbia University.
Matthew Celebuski, CEO of TI, said "We are delighted to welcome Tom as a key member of the TI executive team. Tom's skillset perfectly complements our mission to preserve alpha and lower trading costs using the most advanced data analytics. His 20 years as a trader and 7 years of research and application in data analytics make him a valuable asset for our firm." He added , " Tom will not only bring new insight but also play an important role in supporting the development of innovative client solutions"
Jardine commented, "I am excited to be joining the premier independent provider of quantitative trading analytics. It's the perfect environment to leverage my trading experience and apply my recent analytics work."
About Trade Informatics
Trade Informatics is a premier provider of quantitative trading analytics serving institutional investors globally. Trade Informatics helps institutional investors retain more of their alpha providing clients the tools and insights needed to succeed in an increasingly competitive investment environment through rigorous trade analysis, action-oriented consulting, industry-leading trade reporting, customized systematic trading and centralized workflow management. Trade Informatics is a member of FINRA and SIPC.
For more information, go to www.tradeinformatics.com
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