summit 2019

29th - 30th October 2019 Science Museum, London SW7 2DD


Neudata’s showpiece Summit returns to London this Autumn, bringing together Investment Managers, Asset Allocators, Data & Service Providers and industry experts from across the globe. Our last events, and many others, have heard multiple funds and providers talk about ‘why’ alternative data – this event is all about the ‘how’!

How much alpha (if any) has decayed from transactional data?

How and when can I crawl websites for data? Is life simpler if someone does it for me?

What are the key factors to use to evaluate 100s of data providers?

What analysis / cleansing / data management solutions are being adopted? And why?

This event will provide deep dives into these and many other practical questions related to alternative data.

You will find a diverse mix of data providers  – from the well-adopted providers with hundreds of clients, to brand new-to-market providers with unique offerings. In addition, a key strand of this event will be dedicated to the technology and services that funds can use to analyse and integrate data into their investment process.

Neudata will partner with a roster of leading funds, providers and partners to deliver panels, workshops, seminars and one-to-one meetings in our showcase, two-day, summit.


Who should attend?

Asset managers

Hedge Funds

Alternative Data Providers

Data Platforms

Data Analysis & IntegrationProviders

Pension Funds and Allocators


DAY 1 

8.45 – 9.30     Registration & Breakfast

9.30                    Introduction

9.40 – 10.00   2019: A Year in Alternative Data

10.00 – 10.30 What Can Finance Learn from Formula 1?

10.30 – 11.10  Integrating Alternative Data with Human Talent

11.10 – 11.35   BREAK

11.35 – 12.15  Top trend: Human capital and labour market data

                                  Building your own alt data: Making sense of internal and external unstructured data 

12.15 – 12.45  How Main Street Drives Wall Street: getting inside the mind of the consumer 

                                  Cracking the Combination: cross-dataset analytics 

12.40 – 13.50   LUNCH

13.20 – 13.50   Startup Showcase

13.50 – 14.20    “How to” for one-to-one Networking: Seeing beyond the sales pitch and assessing value 

14.20 – 15.55   One-To-One Networking

15.55 – 16.15   BREAK

16.15 – 17.00  Alt-data on trial: a guide to evaluating new datasets 

17.00 – 17.30  Interview with ‘The Godfather of Alternative Data’

                                  European alternative data: what Open Banking and PSD2 mean for investors

17.30                    Drinks Reception 

DAY 2 

8.30 – 9.00   Doors Open

9.00 – 9.30    Brexit Alt Data

9:00 – 09:45  Consumer Sector Deep Dive – best place to start or full of sharks?

9.30 – 9.45    Fortune Telling: the UK’s future after Brexit

9.45 – 10.25   Sector Overview & Case Study – Oil & Gas

                                 Patent value factor for enhancing investment strategies 

10.25 – 10.50  BREAK

10.50 – 11.15  Same-Store Sales: A Novel Application of Transaction Data

11.15 – 12.50  One-To-One Networking

12.50 – 13.20  LUNCH

13.20 – 13.50  Startup Showcase

13.50 – 14.30  Inside the Mind of an Airlines Analyst 

14:30 – 14.55  NLP: Deciphering the message within the message

                                        AI/ ML – must-learns for funds, or tools for providers?

14.55 – 15.35  Breaking down the barricades – helping providers and funds to understand each other better

                                        AI in action for investors – practical applications 

15.30 – 15.40  Startup Showcase Winner, Closing Remarks                 




Alexander Denev

Deloitte Head of AI - Financial Services Advisory
Alexander has more than 15 years of experience in finance, financial modelling and machine learning. Prior to joining Deloitte, he led the Quantitative Research at IHS Markit where he created and maintained a centre of excellence.
He has written several papers and two books on topics ranging from stress testing and scenario analysis to asset allocation. He has provided thought leadership engagements for conferences, journals and global forums. He founded Global Graph Analytics - a company focused on dynamic scenario analysis. He also worked as a senior advisor to Risk Dynamics, an arm of McKinsey & Company. Previously he was Director of Risk Models at the Royal Bank of Scotland, where his responsibilities included development of the stress testing methodologies and credit models, and a Fixed Income Structurer for a front office desk. He has also held roles at the European Investment Bank and the European Investment Fund and has participated in the engineering of both the European Financial Stability Facility and the European Stability Mechanism.
Alexander Denev attained his Master of Science degree in Physics with a focus on Artificial Intelligence from the University of Rome, Italy, and he holds a degree in Mathematical Finance from the University of Oxford, UK, where he continues as a visiting lecturer.

Dr Alex Hakso

Second Measure Data Scientist

Alex earned a BS in Physics from Pepperdine University before transitioning from abstract math to real world data, earning a PhD in Geophysics from Stanford University. Moving from wrangling simulation and sensor data on national lab supercomputers, Alex now draws novel insights from the chaos of consumer behavior with the billions of transactions that make up Second Measure’s data set.

Alvin Mok

Select Equity Group, L.P. Head of Data and Analytics
Alvin Mok is the Head of Data and Analytics at Select Equity Group, L.P. Select Equity manages approximately $26 billion across long-only and long/short equity strategies that share a fundamental investment philosophy and centralized research effort.
Prior to joining Select Equity, Mr. Mok was the Head of Investment Insights and Global Platform at Orbis Investments. Prior to Orbis, he was an Engagement Manager at McKinsey and a Program Manager at Microsoft. Mr. Mok received a BASc from the University of Toronto (highest honors) and an MBA from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar).

Amy Dafnis

Neudata Senior Analyst
Amy works on Neudata's research team and is responsible for identifying and evaluating alternative data sources for Neudata’s asset manager and hedge fund clients. Her areas of research interest include (1) applications of natural language processing (NLP) within alternative data, (2) the TMT sector, as well as (3) the wider alternative data landscape in APAC.

Annabel Hudson

Fidelity International Head of Primary Research

Since joining Fidelity in 2013, Annabel Hudson has been leading their global equity team’s use of primary research to inform investment analysis.   She joined Fidelity from the market research industry where she gained a professional training in quantitative and qualitative survey research.  Over the past six years, she’s been working within the investment team, designing and running research projects in collaboration with equity analysts and fund managers.  One of her key areas of focus is customer intelligence (gathering insights on the end-users of products or services) where she is increasingly looking to combine primary research methodologies with insights from alternative data sources.


Annabel holds a BA Hons in Politics from the University of Liverpool and a Masters in Research, Global & Comparative Politics from Queen Mary, University of London.

Dr Anatoli Colicev

Università Bocconi Professor of Marketing

Anatoli’s research interests include marketing strategy, marketing-finance interface and social media marketing. He earned his PhD in Statistics from ESSEC and holds a master’s degree in economics. His work has appeared in premier marketing journals (e.g. Journal of Marketing). He has taught courses on Analytics and Marketing Strategy at MSc, MBA, and Executive level. Prior to academia, Anatoli served as the co-owner of a business in the tourism sector, in addition to providing litigation support.

Andreas Zagos

IPR Strategies Advisor of the Board

Andreas Zagos is one of the founders and management partners of the German Intracom Group. He holds a degree in Chemical Engineering, and is nominated as Guest Professor in several universities/research centres. Since 1995 Andreas’ research field has been the management of intellectual property rights (IPRm), ie patent valuation. He has published several research papers and one patent application. He has led several national and European joint research projects in the area of IPR.

Dr Ben Zweig

Revelio Labs CEO
Ben Zweig is the CEO of Revelio Labs, a market intelligence company which derives competitive insights based on unstructured Human Capital data. Revelio Labs leverages the latest advances in AI research methods to create structured and accurate representations of raw labor data contained in millions of resumes, online profiles, and job postings. Revelio Labs mission is to provide unique insights and uncover trends in Human Capital, empowering businesses and Investors.
He also teaches Data Science at NYU Stern. Prior to starting Revelio Labs, Ben has worked as a Managing Data Scientist in the IBM Chief Analytics Office and as a Quantitative Strategist at an Emerging Market hedge fund. He holds a PhD in Economics from the CUNY Graduate Center and has done research in Occupational Transformation and Social Mobility.

Brad Lau

Surveyor Capital Deputy COO

Brad Lau is the Deputy COO of Surveyor Capital, a global, multi-manager equity strategy that is one of the three core fundamental equity businesses at Citadel. Brad joined Citadel in 2014, and he started Citadel’s Data Services team within Surveyor Capital.

Prior to joining Citadel, he served as the Chief of Staff to the Chief Administrative Officer and Head of Fixed Income at Point72.

Brad received a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Accounting from Miami University.

Bryan Yates

Orbital Insight Director of Sales and General Manager EMEA
Bryan Yates is the Director of Sales and General Manager for the EMEA region at Orbital Insight, a geospatial analytics company that provides unprecedented visibility into the economic pulse of the world by using AI to analyze vast amounts of satellite imagery to count objects like cars, oil tanks and ships. Prior to joining Orbital Insight, Bryan was the Director of Sales at Medallia, a Sequoia-backed SAAS Customer Experience Management company. Prior to Medallia, Bryan worked as a Senior Director for over 13 years at Eze Software Group, the leading global provider of investment management software solutions to a broad range of clients across the investment community.
Bryan was born in South Africa and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Psychology from the University of the Witwatersrand.

Carolina Dores

Morgan Stanley Executive Director

Carolina Dores heads the Morgan Stanley Transport team, with primary coverage of Airlines, Freight & Airport transport stocks. She joined Morgan Stanley in 2006 as a member of the Latam utilities and energy team, moving to London in 2010 to cover Southern European utilities. Carolina began her career in 2002 as a corporate credit analyst at Citi in Brazil, focusing on Brazilian utilities. She is a CFA charterholder and has a business degree from EAESP-FGV (Sao Paulo, Brazil).

Chash Wimalaweera

Neudata Analyst

Chash Wimalaweera is part of Neudata's data scouting team, responsible for researching and evaluating alternative datasets for institutional investors. Her areas of alt data research include satellite data, real estate, agriculture, as well as the wider data landscape.

Dr Chris Longworth

GAM Systematic Senior Scientist

Dr Chris Longworth is a Senior Scientist in GAM Systematic’s Cambridge team. He previously held the same role at Cantab Capital Partners, which became part of GAM Systematic in October 2016. Since joining the firm in 2010 Chris's focus has been on the development and improvement of investment strategies. Chris leads the firm’s efforts to incorporate novel or alternative data sources into the portfolio.

He also led the expansion of the firm’s tradable universe into new and unconventional markets and is responsible for the portfolio construction techniques used within GAM Systematic Discovery for trading exotic or less liquid assets. Prior to joining Cantab, Chris was part of the Machine Intelligence Laboratory at Cambridge University, where he obtained MPhil and PhD degrees. He also holds a BSc in Computer Science from Royal Holloway, University of London.

Daniel Fieber

Earnest Research Senior Director

Dan Fieber joined Earnest six years ago and currently leads the company's product and strategy efforts for financial services. Previously, he led Earnest’s 25 person data analyst team and built out coverage to several hundred public equities. Prior to joining Earnest, Dan worked as an investment banker at Sandler O'Neill covering financial services companies, where he advised on M&A and capital raising efforts. Dan graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa from Williams College with a degree in Economics.

Dr Daniel Mitchell

Hivemind CEO

As co-founder and CEO of Hivemind, Dan spends his days building commercial partnerships, interacting with investors and the board, and overseeing Hivemind’s product development efforts.

Before Hivemind, Dan was Head of Research Data at Winton Group, where he led a team of data scientists in the collection, exploration and analysis of a diverse range of datasets. He was also involved in conceiving and creating the first fore-runner of Hivemind at Winton in 2014.

Daryl Smith

Neudata Managing Director and Head of Research

Daryl is Head of Research at Neudata. He and his team are responsible for researching and discovering alternative datasets for a wide range of asset managers worldwide. In doing so, Neudata are able to deliver objective advice to clients on exactly which datasets are most appropriate for their investment strategy.

Doug Edmonds

DecaData Chief Data Officer

Doug Edmonds: Chief Data Officer, DecaData, has spent his career working with data to inform marketing and advertising strategy. In 2014 he set up a retail analytics firm that was the genesis for DecaData, a firm specializing in building consumer-driven transaction data products that provide insight into the performance of publicly traded firms.

David Pope

S&P Global Market Intelligence Managing Director of Quantitative Research

David is Managing Director, Quantamental Research at S&P Global Market Intelligence. Most recently David was an associate partner and vice president at Wellington Management Company LLC, where he constructed quantitative stock selection models and managed international equity portfolios. Prior to joining Wellington, he worked at Colonial Management Associates as a fixed- income portfolio manager and researcher. He began his career at Fidelity Management and Research as a fixed-income quantitative analyst. David received his MSF from Boston College, and BS in Finance from Bentley College. He is also a member of the Chicago Quantitative Alliance, the CFA Institute, and the Boston Security Analyst Society. In recent years, David has taught graduate and undergraduate classes as an Adjunct Professor of Finance at Bentley University.

Edward Kershaw


Edward has worked in commercial roles in media, technology and market research, with leadership positions at Vodafone, Nokia, Nielsen, as well as startup and early-stage companies. He leads Huq's commercial activities, delivering a uniquely accurate geo-data resource to data analysts in the finance, real estate and advertising verticals.

Floyd Greenwood

Alphamatician Founder & Chief Scientist

Floyd is Founder and CEO of Alphamatician.  Alphamatician covers more than 15,000 publicly traded companies with a wide range of alternative data sources to help investors spot trends and generate alpha.  Floyd has extensive research and data analysis experience as well as a unique blend of analytical and operating knowledge. His previous experience includes senior analyst roles at Lazard Asset Management, Prudential Securities, and Citigroup, as well as strategic and operating roles in industry. Floyd holds an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Finance, Statistics and Operations Management. He earned his undergraduate degree in Economics at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Gavin Littlejohn

FDATA Global Chairman

Gavin Littlejohn serves as Chairman of the Financial Data and Technology Association, the Global Open Banking Trade Association, where he successfully led the campaign to have account aggregation added to PSD2 in 2013.  Through FDATA he is a leader of the Open Banking Movement and campaigns for common technical standards and a consistent liability models across the Globe.
​Gavin was appointed as Convenor of the Fintech Stakeholder Group of the UK Open Banking Implementation Entity in 2016 and is now working with a number of other markets engaged on the same mission. Gavin is a fintech entrepreneur with experience of developing innovative solutions to mass market problems and is well-renowned as the Founder of Money Dashboard, and acted as its CEO until 2015.

Hamza Khan

Suburbia CEO & Founder

Suburbia founder Hamza Khan began his career as a quantitative analyst in Philadelphia and his career has spanned multiple senior roles in commodity financial markets. Prior to launching Suburbia, Hamza was head of commodities strategy at ING. Having worked on both the buy side and sell side, Hamza knows firsthand the difficulties of accessing good data and is a vocal advocate of improving data access for everyone

Ian Webster

Neudata Managing Director

Ian heads the Client Engagement group at Neudata, as well as its busy programme of events. He has spent the last six years helping asset managers, investment banks and retailers to get value out of traditional and alternative data. Prior to that, Ian's experience encompassed analytical and commercial roles at Vodafone, Bank of Scotland and Liberty Mutual.

Ian holds an MA in Mathematics from the University of Oxford, and a Saltire Fellowship in Entrepreneurship from Babson College, Massachusetts.


Dr Iuliia Shpak

Sarasin & Partners Quantitative Strategies Specialist

Iuliia focuses on quant investment solutions and research for institutional asset owners, in particular SWFs and large pension funds at Sarasin Quant Solutions (SQS), a joint collaborative unit between Sarasin & Partners and Bank J. Safra Sarasin.

Iuliia’s research experience includes speculative bubbles and other market anomalies, volatility modelling and risk premia strategies in equities and commodity futures.

Her research on systematic investment strategies and in particular application of Machine Learning  includes her appointment as a Quant Research Advisor to the Tech & Innovation arm of a large Sovereign Wealth Fund. Iuliia is also an Adjunct Researcher at the World Pensions Council (WPC), international research organization and association of pension funds dedicated to innovative research and analysis on a wide array of pension investments topics. Iuliia is a member of the Scientific Council at the Cross-Border Benefit Alliance.

Iuliia frequently delivers guest lectures at the London School of Economics and other academic institutions.  She is a published author and a regular speaker at the industry’s leading conferences. She holds MSc in Operational Research and PhD in Finance.

Dr Karl Surmacz

McLaren Applied Technologies Head of Modelling and Decision Sciences

Karl leads a function of Simulation Engineers and Data Scientists, providing technical and people leadership as well as guidance on best practice in applying data-driven methods to solve real-world industry problems. His technical area of interest is applying statistical machine learning to healthcare applications, and he is also engaged with academia through PhD supervision and involvement in an MSc advisory board. Prior to joining McLaren Applied Technologies, Karl completed a PhD in theoretical physics before working in F1 to develop (and use) real-time race strategy decision support tools.

Julia Asri Meigh

Neudata Head of ESG Research
Julia is a senior analyst at Neudata. She has over four years of experience as an analyst and account manager in consulting and financial services. Prior to Neudata, Julia worked at Macrobond Financial, the Foresight Factory and Gatehouse Advisory Partners. As an analyst, she covered a broad range of topics and sectors, including consumer trends, retail investing and the global macroeconomy.
Julia holds an MSc in Economy, Risk and Society from the London School of Economics and a BA in Economics, Politics and Sociology from the University of Westminster.

Justin Zhen

Thinknum Co-founder

Justin is a Co-Founder of Thinknum, a leading alternative data company specializing in web-crawled data. At Thinknum, Justin works with hundreds of investment firms, banks and corporations to develop innovative data sources which provide new insights into economic activity moving online. Prior to founding Thinknum, Justin worked at a quantitative hedge fund. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Financial Engineering. Justin is one of business Insiders 2019 Rising Stars on Wall Street.

Kathryn Forde

Neudata Senior Analyst
Kathryn Forde is a senior analyst at Neudata. As part of Neudata’s data scouting team, she is responsible for researching and evaluating alternative datasets for institutional investors. Her specialisms include transactional data and cryptoassets, as well as the broader alternative data landscape. Kathryn is currently working towards attaining the CFA designation.

Kev Vorhees

Lake Partners Data Science Manager

Kev Vorhees has led the Data Science team at Lake Partners since 2018 and is primarily focused on data sourcing and analysis for a single buy side client. Prior to joining Lake Partners, he spent nine years working in healthcare across multiple disciplines including finance, public policy, and quality improvement. He holds a BS in Finance from Santa Clara University and an MHA from the University of Washington.

Mark Ainsworth

Schroders Head of Data Insights

Mark joined Schroders in 2014 where he has formed the Data Insights Unit, a team of data scientists. The team focuses on using big data, analytics and machine learning for investment and research, to enhance and complement the existing skills of our fund managers and analysts, and to give Schroders an ‘information edge’ over competitors.

 After his degree in Experimental Psychology from Oxford and masters in Operational Research, in 1999 he was recruited by the McLaren F1 team as a Race Strategy Analyst. In 2002 he moved to Tesco, initially reporting on trade performance and analyzing customer spending behavior and then heading up the analytics team in the Site Location Planning function. In 2007 he became Chief Technology Officer of Talent Innovations, a start-up selling online 360 degree feedback software. In 2012 he joined Telefonica Digital, as Head of Analytics of Smart Steps, their ‘big data’ monetization division.

Matt Napoli

AWS Data Exchange Business Development

Matt leads Consumer Markets Business Development for the AWS Data Exchange by helping customers more easily find and connect to new data sources. Prior to AWS, Matt managed Data Distribution for 1010data (2016-2019) and was a Business Developer for Two Sigma’s Alpha Capture Strategy (2007-2016).

Max Chapados

ex Surveyor Capital Co-Head of Sector Data Analysts

Max Chapados has spent the past 10 years working with alternative data, leading and building various teams. Most recently he was Head of Sector Data Analysts at Surveyor Capital, one of three equity businesses at Citadel. Prior to joining Citadel in 2015, he worked at M Science and served as Vice President and Data Lead for Market Research. He joined M Science in 2010 as a Telecommunications Research Associate. Max received dual bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Finance from the University of Pennsylvania.

Michael Pisciotta

Morgan Stanley Head of Quantitative Sales

Michael Pisciotta is Head of Quantitative Sales at Morgan Stanley in London.  Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 2010, Michael spent 8 years at Rasini & C., a fund of hedge funds, where he was Director of Research.  Michael holds a BS (cum laude) from the Stern School of Business, New York University.

Norrie Hernon

YouGov Associate Director

Norrie Hernon is an Associate Director at YouGov, and specialises in helping companies understand brand-tracking and audience-profiling in greater depth, primarily through YouGov’s two proprietary digital platforms, BrandIndex and Profiles. He read English at King’s College, Cambridge.

Rado Lipuš

Neudata Founder & CEO

Rado Lipuš, CFA is the founder and CEO of Neudata, an alternative data intelligence and SaaS provider. Prior to founding Neudata, Rado's professional experience spans 20 years of FinTech leadership, quantitative risk management and data innovation for the buy-side. An acknowledged expert, Rado is regularly invited to speak about alternative data at conferences and industry events.

Rainbow Chik

Investment Insight Analyst

Rainbow is a founding member of the Investment Insights Team at Orbis Investments, a USD40B long-only fundamental asset manager.  Her team oversees alternative data strategy end-to-end, from data due diligence and acquisition, feature augmentation, to delivering proprietary research insights.

Richard Dudley

RPMI Quantitative Portfolio Manager

Richard is a quantitative portfolio manager at Railpen where he manages a series of internal systematic equity & multi-asset portfolios. He is actively involved in all stages of the systematic investment process, from signal research to portfolio construction through to implementation with a particular focus on researching new signals derived from alternative data.

He has a background in Mathematics and Physics, holds the CFA & CAIA charters and an MSc in Statistics from the University of Sheffield where he was the recipient of the Royal Statistical Society Award for his thesis titled Bayesian Cointegration: A comparison of Static and Dynamic approaches. He is now a PhD student in Statistics with a focus on Causality in Time Series at the University of Sheffield.

Samuel Livingstone

Jupiter Asset Management Head of Data Science & Data Engineering

Sam Livingstone is the Head of Data Science & Data Engineering at Jupiter Asset Management. Previously, he was a data scientist in Global Equities at Citadel. Prior to that, he worked as a quant researcher sitting on the quantitative equity products investment desk at Schroders, as a quant analyst at Willis Towers Watson after beginning his career as a sales trader at IG Group in 2010.

Sam holds a first-class honours degree in Economics & Business (UWE) and a Master of Science degree in Economics, Accounting & Finance from the University of Bristol. Sam is also a Chartered Financial Analyst. Sam is currently studying for a PhD in sustainable machine learning (Faculty of Engineering, Department of Computer Science) at University College London.

Savvas Savouri

Toscafund Asset Management Chief Economist

Savvas Savouri has been involved in commercial finance since 1991 and  is now a Partner and Chief Economist at Toscafund. Twenty years ago he developed and launched  the QuantMetriks earnings simulation model, which is now part of Toscafund. He has taught extensively, in London at the LSE and the University of Woolwich, as well as at Oxford and Moscow Universities, covering statistics, mathematics, and economics. He has authored various academic papers published in peer-reviewed journals. Savvas holds doctoral, masters and bachelor degrees in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics

Simon Clode

YouGov Director of Innovation

Simon is responsible for YouGov’s new innovations including YouGov Finance, a financial transaction data tool; and YouGov Survey Direct, a self-service research tool allowing access to YouGov’s panel to return bespoke research within an hour. Simon also heads YouGov’s sales to the investment industry. Prior to joining YouGov, Simon was Chief of Staff to the UK Minister for Trade and Investment.

Prof. Stephen Roberts

Mind Foundry Co-founder

Stephen is Director of the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance, founding-Director of the Oxford Centre for Doctoral Training in Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems (AIMS) and co-founder of the Oxford spin-out company Mind Foundry Ltd., which pioneers principled automated machine learning at commercial scale. Stephen’s main interest is in machine learning for complex, large-scale problems, especially those in which noise and uncertainty abound. He has published widely, having some 350 publications which have accrued over 21,000 citations.

Stanislav Ermilov

Tallarium CEO
Stanislav Ermilov is the CEO and co-founder of Tallarium which provides market analytics and data solutions for commodity trading. Prior to co-founding Tallarium in 2015, he worked as an oil trader for a specialised investment fund, Mandara Energy, where he focused on OTC oil products. Stanislav earned a degree in Economics & Management from Oxford University.

Steffen Zuncke

Neudata Director

Steffen is a director at Neudata, working predominately on relationship management with buy-side firms. Prior to Neudata, he worked at Preqin,who provide Private Equity and Hedge Fund research. Steffen holds a BSc and MSc in Economics, and is a CAIA charterholder.

Tony Berkman

Two Sigma Managing Director

Tony Berkman is a Managing Director at Two Sigma in New York City. Prior to joining Two Sigma, Tony was a Partner at 12 West Capital, a “Tiger Cub” asset manager. Previously, Tony was the founder and CEO of Majestic Research (now known as M-Science and owned by Jefferies), the first firm on the sell side to leverage alternative data in a research product for investors. Tony has a BS in Computer Science and Math from Carnegie Mellon as well as an MS in Computational Finance, also from Carnegie Mellon.


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