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Tradefeedr is a data science and technology company specialising in complex analytical challenges involving vast amounts of structured data. Our cloud-based platform empowers our clients to take on challenging projects and we provide the human resources needed to complete them.
Tradefeedr brings together principals with extensive buy & sell-side experience in FX trading as well as a technology partner that is well-versed in the development of big data & trading solutions for many of the world’s top investment banks & hedge funds.
Balraj Bassi has 18 years of experience within capital markets. Prior to Tradefeedr, Balraj co-founded Blacktree Investment Partners LLP in 2009, a macro-systematic currency hedge fund. Before Blacktree, Balraj worked at Lehman Brothers within the Fixed Income Division advising Institutional clients with a focus on Foreign Exchange. Balraj was heavily involved in Lehman Brothers’ rise in the electronic trading space in FX being responsible for distribution. Balraj also worked at State Street for 7 years and was an integral part of the team building the electronic trading franchise for State Street Global Markets. Balraj holds a BEng. in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science from University College London (UCL).
Dr Alexei Jiltsov has spent 18 years focusing on quantitative finance. Prior to Tradefeedr, Alexei co-founded Blacktree in 2009, a macro-systematic FX hedge fund. Prior to Blacktree, Alexei spent 6 years developing the Quantitative FX franchise for Lehman Brothers and ran $1.8bn of client capital. Prior to Lehman Brothers, Alexei held research positions at the London Business School and University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. Alexei holds a PhD in finance from London Business School and a MSc. from Moscow State University in Applied Mathematics. Articles written by Alexei have been published in the Journal of Finance and Journal of Financial Economics. His research has received awards and has been referenced by major policymakers.