Ramon Verastegui’s team provides financial product design, market analysis, trade ideas, systematic trading strategies and research implementations, as well as long-term analysis and in-depth reports to the Firm’s institutional clients. In 2013, his group was voted #1 in the Greenwich Survey in the US for the best trading ideas for options, the most innovative swap and solutions and the most innovative new product ideas and in 2014, US research house and global volatility house of the year by Global Capital derivatives.
Ramon is regularly cited at the Wall Street Journal, IFR, Bloomberg and Financial Times. He holds a master’s degree and doctorate in applied physics and math from Columbia University in New York, a master in Engineering from Supelec in Paris and his undergraduate degree from ICAI in Madrid. In addition, he has been a visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
He is currently a member of the Advisory board of Mathematical Finance program at Rutgers University, the board of managers of the Columbia University Engineering Alumni Association and its finance committee; and Columbia University's Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing.