Dr Toby Goodworth

Dr Toby Goodworth

Gedelegeerd Bestuurder, Hoofd van Liquid Markets

Toby Goodworth is Hoofd Liquid Markets bij bfinance, en lid van het Senior Management Team van de onderneming. Voorheen was Toby Head of Risk Management bij Key Asset Management, een van Europa's oudste fund of hedge funds, waar hij de risicomodellen op maat van de onderneming ontwierp en beheerde. Daarvoor was hij risicoanalist en richtte hij zich op kwantitatieve wereldwijde aandelenstrategieën. Toby behaalde een Ph.D in natuurkunde aan het University College London en een First Class honours graad in natuurkunde, eveneens aan de UCL.


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