Dr Toby Goodworth

Dr Toby Goodworth

Managing Director, Head of Liquid Markets

Toby Goodworth is Head of Liquid Markets at bfinance and a member of the firm's Senior Management Team. Previously, he was Head of Risk Management and a member of the Investment Committee at Key Asset Management, one of Europe's oldest fund of hedge funds. He has over 20 years of industry experience, including 18 years as an allocator within the hedge fund industry. Toby holds a PhD in Physics from University College London and a First Class honours degree in Physics, also from UCL.


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