Alvin Adisusanto

26 Prospect Avenue  Princeton, NJ 08540  aadisusa@princeton.edu
Education
Princeton University, Bendheim Center for Finance Princeton, NJ
Candidate for Master in Finance Expected May 2011
• GRE: 800/800 Quantitative, 600/800 Verbal, 5.0/6.0 Analytical Writing.
• Expected Coursework: Asset Pricing, Modern Regression and Applied Time Series, Financial Econometrics, Risk
Management, Corporate Finance and Financial Accounting, Fixed-Income Models, Strategy & Information.
Brown University Providence, RI
BSc. in Applied Mathematics – Economics May 2009
• GPA: 3.83/4.00. Member of Omicron Delta Epsilon (Honors Society in Economics).
• Relevant Coursework: Investments I & II, Econometrics I & II (Cross-sectional & Time-series Data), Operations
Research (Linear & Probabilistic Models), Probability, Mathematical Statistics, Mathematical Analysis of Single
Variable, Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming, Monte Carlo Methods with Applications in Finance.

Work Experience
JPMorgan Investment Management, Co. New York, NY
Summer Intern, Private Equity Group Summer 2008
• Assisted portfolio managers in the due diligence process of a potential ~$100m investment in a top-quartile
telecommunications and media VC fund. Analyzed executed deals, partners’ performance, and fund strategy.
• Researched investment universe of listed private equity firms. Tested hypothetical portfolios under distressed
scenarios. Results were used to structure a JPMorgan mutual fund, which focused on private equity as an asset class.
• Participated in 4 direct investment discussions over the summer. Opportunities were in enterprise software
development, broadcasting tower acquisitions and restaurants in New York City.
Prince Street Capital Management New York, NY
Summer Intern, Emerging Markets Investment Summer 2007
• Monitored Philippines TV media sector; participated in IPO roadshows and conference calls for related companies.
• Provided liquidity and scalability analysis for the investment portfolio, which consisted of over 40 securities.
• Managed cross-currency financing and confirmation notices to support trading executions.
Brown University, Economics Department Providence, RI
Teaching Assistant, Principles of Economics (ECON0110) September 2007 – May 2009
• Prepared weekly recitations for over fifty students, in which materials and relevant news were discussed.
• Held weekly office hours, graded assignments, and proctored exams.

Leadership Experience
Brown University, Division of Applied Mathematics Providence, RI
Co-Founder/President of Department Undergraduate Group March 2008 – May 2009
• Helped initiate discussions with department chairs that resulted in the successful founding of the group.
• Managed to secure US$2000 for funding in first year of establishment, to be used for undergraduate social and talks.
• Established student-faculty lunches to explore current research topics and possible undergraduate participation.
Brown University, Economics Department Providence, RI
Publicity Chair of Department Undergraduate Group August 2006 – August 2008
• Oversaw publicity for events and meetings; cooperated with various groups in the university for joint events.
• Presented event evaluations to measure group campus visibility.
Brown University Tsunami Relief Fund Providence, RI
Fundraising Team August 2005 – February 2006
• Raised awareness through campus outreach to promote a fundraising night, Tsunami Night Bazaar.
• Solicited local business for support; helped coordinate the production effort to bring together the fundraising night.
• Raised over US$3000 in cash, which was donated directly to a local fisherman association to help rebuilding efforts.

Skills, Interests & Other Information
• Language skills: Indonesian (native), English (fluent).
• Proficient in MS Word, Excel, MATLAB. Intermediate knowledge in R and STATA.
• Enjoy teaching, cooking shows, computer strategy games, and NBA basketball. A fan of Arsenal FC.
BJARNE
ABRAHAMSEN

E‐mail:


bjarne.abrahamsen@gmail.com


Address:
 Bendheim
Center
for
Finance,
26
Prospect
Avenue

Princeton,
NJ
08540‐5296

EDUCATION


 PRINCETON
UNIVERSITY
 

Master
in
Finance
(MFin)
 Princeton,
US

Jun
2011

 Courses:
 Asset
 Pricing,
 Regression
 and
 Time
 Series,
 Financial
 Econometrics,
 Corporate
 Finance,
 Behavioral

Finance,
Options,
Futures
and
Financial
Derivatives


 UNIVERSITY
OF
WARWICK
 

BSc
(Hons)
in
Mathematics
and
Economics
 Coventry,
UK

Jun
2006

 Degree
Classification:
1.1
First
Class
–
72.5%
(awarded
to
four
students
on
my
course)

 Dissertation:
1.1
First
Class
–
82.0%
(ranked
1
st

in
my
class)


 HARVARD
UNIVERSITY
 

Harvard
Summer
School
 Cambridge,
US

Aug
2004

 GPA:
3.84
/
4.00


 Courses:
International
Monetary
Economics,
Principles
of
Finance

WORK
EXPERIENCE


 J.P.
MORGAN
CHASE
 

Analyst
‐
Structured
Investments
Distributor
Marketing
(SIDM)
 London,
UK

Feb
2007
‐

Mar
2009

 Covered
 distributors
 of
 structured
 products
 in
 the
 Nordic
 region
 on
 a
 cross‐asset
 basis,
 including
 product

discussion
and
development,
pricing
and
execution
of
trades
and
secondary
market
for
existing
products

 Priced
a
wide
variety
of
flow
and
exotic
derivatives
using
trading’s
pricing
models


 Executed
 the
 majority
 of
 the
 primary
 trades
 on
 my
 desk,
 requiring
 a
 high
 level
 of
 attention
 to
 detail
 and

assessment
of
all
the
different
risks
related
to
a
trade


 Ranked
among
top
3
Analysts
in
SIDM
in
both
2007
and
2008
(top
10%
performers)


Apr
2004
 Spring
Week
Intern
‐
Investment
Banking
&
Global
Markets
 London,
UK


  Training
in
the
basics
of
financial
markets,
analysis
and
valuation


 BANK
OF
AMERICA
 

Analyst
‐
Investment
Banking
 London,
UK

Jun
2006
‐

Feb
2007

 LBO
and
M&A
advisory,
company
valuation
and
financial
modeling
for
the
TMT
team

 Training
program
in
New
York
included
courses
in
corporate
finance,
financial
modeling
and
accounting


Summer
Analyst
‐
Investment
Banking
 London,
UK

Jun
2005
‐


Aug
2005

 Financial
modeling
and
comparables
analysis
for
the
TMT
team


 GOLDMAN
SACHS
 

Apr
2004
 Easter
Intern
‐
Fixed
Income,
Currencies
and
Commodities
&
Equities
 London,
UK


  Courses
in
finance
and
presentation
skills,
work
shadowing
and
a
group
project
on
derivatives


SKILLS
AND
QUALIFICATIONS


Languages:


 Norwegian
(native
speaker)


Computer
Skills:

 Advanced:
Microsoft
Excel,
Microsoft
PowerPoint.
Basic:
VBA,
HTML,
PHP.


Professional
Qualifications:

 FSA
qualifications:
Securities,
Principles
of
Financial
Regulations,
Derivatives
with
Commodities


Interests:

 Soccer
(both
playing
and
watching),
literature,
movies


Carlos Fu¢rt¢s
Benuheim Centei foi Finance, 26 Piospect Avenue, Piinceton, NI u8S44
cfueites@piinceton.euu

Objectlve To obtain a summei inteinship wheie I can engage in challenging anu piactical finance applications of my
stiong quantitative skills


Education
Mast¢r in Financ¢ {M.Fin.) Expecteu in Nay 2u11
Princeton 0niversitv. Princeton. New Iersev
• Two-yeai mastei's piogiam in quantitative finance, with couisewoik incluuing asset piicing, poitfolio theoiy,
financial ueiivatives, tiauing anu secuiities maikets, anu iegiession anu time seiies.
Doctor of Pbilosopby {Pb.D.), Tb¢or¢tical Pbysics 2uu9
Autonomo 0niversitv of HoJriJ. HoJriJ. Spoin
• Thesis: Entanglement entiopy anu non-ielativistic systems in the AuS¡CFT coiiesponuence.
• Summa cum lauue.
Bacb¢lor of Sci¢nc¢ {B.S.), Pbysics 2uuS
0niversitv of Solomonco. Solomonco. Spoin
• Cumulative uPA: 4.uu¡4.uu
Music T¢acb¢r Qualification: instrum¢nt r¢cord¢r 2uu1
Professionol Conservotorv of Husic of Solomonco. Solomonco. Spoin

Honors
• Seconu National Piize of Bacheloi's uegiee in Physics. Awaiueu by the Spanish Ninistiy of Euucation 2uuS
anu Science
• Bionze meual in the Spanish Physics 0lympiau. 2uuu

R¢s¢arcb Exp¢ri¢nc¢
Harvard Univ¢rsity, Nassachussets 2uu8
• visiting Reseaich Fellow at the Bepaitment of Physics
Autonoma Univ¢rsity of Madrid, Nauiiu, Spain 2uuS-u9
• FP0 Fellowship fiom the Spanish Ninistiy of Science at the Institute of Theoietical Physics 0AN¡CSIC
F¢rmi National Acc¢l¢rator Laboratory, Illinois 2uu4
• Summei ieseaich inteinship in the NIN0S expeiiment
Max Planck Institut¢ for Plasma Pbysics, uaiching bei Nünchen, ueimany 2uuS
• Summei ieseaich inteinship in the spectioscopy gioup of the Tokamak ASBEX 0pgiaue

Skills
Languag¢s: Spanish (native), ueiman (basic skills)
T¢cbnical:
• Proqromminq: C, C++, Foitian, Nathematica, Naple, Natlab, R.
• 0perotinq svstems: 0NIX¡Linux anu Winuows.
Hobbi¢s: playing music (iecoiuei, piano), ieauing, climbing, painting.

S¢l¢ct¢d Publications
Paiticipateu in numeious congiesses anu woikshops. 7 publications in peei ievieweu jouinals
• C. A. Fueites anu S. Noioz, "Coiielation functions in the non-ielativistic AuS¡CFT coiiesponuence," Phys. Rev. B
79 (2uu9) 1u6uu4 |aiXiv:u9uS.1844 |hep-th]].
• N. A. Netlitski, C. A. Fueites, S. Sachuev, "Entanglement Entiopy in the 0(N) mouel," accepteu foi publication in
Phys. Rev. B. |aiXiv:u9u4.4477 ||conu-mat.stat-mech]]]

Daniel Faddoul
Princeton University • Bendheim Center for Finance • Princeton NJ 08544 • dfaddoul@princeton.edu

EDUCATION
Princeton University, Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton, NJ Expected 2011
Master in Finance MFin

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London

2001 - 2005
Aeronautical Engineering BEng – First Class Honours

Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle, London

1993 - 2001
5(A) A-Levels:
7(A*), 3(A) GCSEs:
Prix d’Excellence awarded every year Awards: 1994 - 2001

École Française de Kano, Nigeria

1986 - 1993

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Barclays Capital, Associate - Derivatives Sales (Middle East and North Africa - MENA) Oct’06-Oct’08
• Focused on derivatives in several asset classes (Equity, Funds, Commodities and Hybrids)
• Structured and priced options and structured products and marketed to financial institutions in the
Middle East; worked on all stages of new and existing transactions
• Prepared and delivered a client training presentation on equity derivatives

JP Morgan Chase Bank, Internship - Equity & Hybrids Derivatives Marketing (MENA) Mar’06-Aug’06
• Worked as part of the Equity & Hybrids Derivatives Marketing team to the Middle East
• Created performance reports for options and structured products on Equity, Funds and Hybrids
• Actively involved in the execution of transactions, including product pricing and termsheet preparation

Barclays Private Bank, Internship Jul’05-Oct’05
• Middle East Team:

Worked alongside and provided general support to Private Bankers
Client Services Team:

Performed daily operations and transactions on clients’ accounts
Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle, Assistant to Senior Education Advisor Sep’03-Jan’05
• Part of the British Section administration, responsible for the welfare and discipline of students
• Private Tutoring:

Taught mathematics and physics at GSCE and A-Level standard
LANGUAGES
• Trilingual: English, French, Arabic
• Spanish – Advanced written and spoken. Certificate in Advanced Level Spanish (A) following intensive
language course at University of Salamanca, Spain, Nov’05

COMPUTER SKILLS
• Unix/Linux OS, Mac OS, Microsoft DOS/Windows OS and Office
• Final year BEng project: created and managed a web database using MySQL open source database, PHP
programming language and Apache server
• Fortran (77, 90) programming language: use in engineering applications as part of undergraduate degree
• ProEngineer (computer-aided design software) for design and manufacture of aircraft components

PERSONAL INTERESTS
• Travel throughout Europe, America, the Middle East, Far East and Australia
• Sports (cycling, swimming, football), music, Japanese animation, computer and audiovisual technology
26 Prospect Avenue
Bendheim Center for Finance
Princeton, NJ 08540
DelwinOlivan
dolivan@princeton.edu
Research:
2007-2008 Optimal Treatment Schedules for HIV
Senior Thesis
- Investigated optimal drug regimens for models of HIV, considering multiple-medicine treatments
of HIV with opportunistic infections, and drug-resistant mutant virus populations
2006-2007 Optimal Control for Influenza Dynamics and Quantum Computation
Fall, Spring Junior Paper
- Using a differential-equation based model for influenza, determined the minimal cost applications of
theoretical medicines to treat virus infection in an individual
- Found the optimal tuning of a control field to produce a set of quantum logic gates based on a
molecular model for the representation of quantum bits
Experience:
Summer 2005 Plasma Physics Science and Technology Internship
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (Princeton, NJ)
- Assisted a graduate student perform experimental laboratory work investigating signal fluctuations from
a plasma column
Summer 2007 Financial Application Developer Internship
Bloomberg LP: Research & Development (Skillman, NJ)
- Programmed a financial document search function for the Bloomberg terminal
- Created the first program in my group to comply with the newly developed application standard
- Instructed group members on the method to update other functions to this standard
- Produced 2 Bloomberg screens and 2 Bloomberg services in under 10 weeks
9/2008-8/2009 Analyst
Hyperion Brookfield Asset Management: Quantitative Research (New York, NY)
- Updated and maintained database of monthly client portfolios
- Completed various short-term projects to support company traders in RMBS/CMBS group
- Created a linear optimization model for allocating bond investments among various sectors
Education:
2004-2008 Princeton University
A.B. Physics, cum laude
Certificate in Applications of Computing, Certificate in Engineering Physics
- Received Kusaka Memorial Prize in Physics, and inducted to Sigma Xi Society
- Relevant coursework in Financial Investments, High-Tech Entrepreneurship, and Financial Risk Management
- Completed 8-week Chinese immersion program at Beijing Normal University
SAT: 1600 (800M/800V)
2009-Present Princeton University
Masters in Finance
- Coursework includes microecomics, econometrics, financial economics, asset pricing, and game theory
GMAT: 780 (50Q/47V) GRE: 1510 (800Q/710V)
Background:
Princeton Club Hockey
- Played ice hockey a total of 16 years, including 2 as a member of the Princeton team
2006-2008
CFA Level 3 Candidate
- Passed Level 1 examination in December of 2008, and Level 2 examination in June of 2009
2008-Present
Miscellaneous:
Java, C, C#, SQL, VBA, MATLAB, R, LaTeX Programming
Cooking, Hockey, Skiing, Beginning Piano/Guitar Interests

Elliott J. Lorenz
Bendheim Center for Finance, 26 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ 08540
elorenz@princeton.edu

Education

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Princeton, NJ
Master in Finance, May 2011 2009-2011
• Coursework: Financial Investments, Asset Pricing, Modern Regression and Applied
Time Series, Corporate Finance and Financial Accounting, Financial Econometrics
• GRE Quantitative: 800/800

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Evanston, IL
Master of Science in Applied Mathematics, June 2009 2008-2009
• Graduate GPA: 3.94/4.00
• Coursework: Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics, Asymptotic & Perturbation
Methods, Models in Applied Math, Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with Departmental Honors, June 2009 2005-2009
• Cumulative GPA: 3.75/4.00
• Honors Thesis: Quantification and Visualization of Joint Contact Using Kinematic Analysis

Experience

THE GELBER GROUP (PARASCA TRADING, LLC) Chicago, IL
Quantitative Analyst, Chicago Board of Trade 2008
• Developed customized analytical indicators to optimize futures trading strategies
• Implemented plotting system to automatically display and update indicators
• Collaborated daily with senior management in developing new trading strategies
• Completed online courses at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange’s “Options Institute”
THE CLEVELAND CLINIC Cleveland, OH
Summer Research Student, Department of Biomedical Engineering 2007
• Created a real-time, 3D model of interactions in the knee to diagnose the need for ACL surgery
• Partnered with researchers to implement model for use by surgeons
EVANSTON BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION Evanston, IL
Baseball Umpire for High School, Travel, and Tournament Baseball Games 2006-2008
• Obtained state certification and formerly worked for two additional associations over eight year period
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY BIOPHOTONICS LABORATORY Evanston, IL
Research Assistant, Department of Biomedical Engineering 2005-2006
• Developed algorithms to correlate biomarkers with colon cancer

Leadership

CAMPUS CATALYST Evanston, IL
Analyst, Nonprofit Consulting 2008
• Served as team coordinator in consulting for the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association
• Worked with management consultants and MBA mentor to improve firm’s effectiveness
GATEWAY SCIENCE PROGRAM Evanston, IL
Student Facilitator 2007-2008
• Taught challenging problems to a small group of students during weekly workshops
• Received Most Outstanding Facilitator Award
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND & CONCERT BAND Evanston, IL
• Section Leader for Marching Band – Directed music rehearsals in section of 19 members 2005-2007
• Principal Trumpet for Concert Band – Performed solos as first trumpet

Recognition

• Highest Individual Score in Ohio Advanced Placement Economics Challenge, sponsored by Goldman Sachs
• American Invitational Mathematics Exam Qualifier – Top 5% in USA
• Ranked in the top 1% of over 850,000 online poker players in 2008 by officialpokerrankings.com
• Inducted into Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society at Northwestern University
• Recipient of Miles M. Abbott Endowed Scholarship at Northwestern University

Computer Skills

MATLAB, Mathematica, Microsoft Office

KARAN VADERA
Bendheim Center for Finance ◊ 26 Prospect Avenue ◊ Princeton, NJ ◊ kvadera@princeton.edu

Computer: Word, Excel, Power Point, Lotus Notes, Kodak Scanning and Imaging software
Language: Hindi, Urdu, Persian.
ACTIVITIES
Research Analyst for the Student Investment Club: Worked with Chief Analysts of the Student Investment Group and
gained valuable knowledge about financial markets and economic analysis.
Grader for Mathematics Department: Appointed ‘grader’ for single and multivariable calculus classes at Yale.
Sports: Yale Polo, Yale Skeet and Trap, Captain of Yale Cricket Team and Member of Intramural Squash Team.
Interests: Playing the electric guitar and electric bass, listening to Jazz and Blues, reading books by Umberto Eco, reciting
Farsi poetry, playing Fix – It and Liars Poker.

EDUCATION
2009-2011



PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Princeton, NJ
 Masters in Finance, Class of 2011
 Relevant Coursework: Asset Pricing, Modern Regression and Time Series, Behavioral Finance and
Options, Futures and Derivatives.
2005- 2009


YALE UNIVERSITY New Haven, CT
 B.S, Applied Mathematics, Cum Laude, Class of 2009.
 Relevant Coursework: Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory, Numerical Methods, Asset Pricing,
Probability Theory, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations,
Graph Theory, Combinatorics, Optimization and Computational Finance.
EXPERIENCE





Summer 2008













Summer 2007


CITIGROUP New York, NY
Sales and Trading Summer Analyst (10 weeks)
 Worked as a Sales and Trading Analyst on the Interest Rate Volatility Desk, Mortgage Desk, FX
Structured Products Desk, Equity Derivatives Desk and the Hybrid Trading Desk
 Created a presentation on option trading strategies and the different measures of risk in option space and
applied them to a specific company; AMGEN Inc.
 Worked with traders on the Short Term Taxable Desk to understand the relation between LIBOR and Fed
Funds and the implications of Counterparty Risk in the financial system.
 Worked with traders on the Hybrid Trading Desk to create a volatility arbitrage-trading model that
replicates the Merrill Lynch Equity Volatility Arbitrage Index (NYSE:MER).
 Worked with traders on the Interest Rate Volatility desk and understood different strategies to manage
and measure risk in option space.
PLAIN SIGHT SYSTEMS INC. New Haven, CT
Quantitative and Research Analyst (10 weeks)






 Worked with Dr. Patrick DeSouza in generating a business model for the music download industry.
 Worked with engineers of American Leak Detection and contributed to their current commercial design.
 Assisted Dr. Ronald Coifman, Professor of Applied Math at Yale, with his quantitative model on
Mutual Funds. Gained a basic knowledge of wavelet theory.
Summer 2006

BOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE Bombay, India
Research Assistant - P.Tiwari & Co. (4 weeks)
 Worked with a broker on the Bombay Stock Exchange and assisted in execution of trades.
 Gained insight into how macro and micro economic events impact valuation and market price of stocks.
2003-2005 MODERN SCHOOL VASANT VIHAR New Delhi, India
Lead Guitarist of School Band
 Lead Guitarist of the Youngest Band to win at the Great Indian Rock Show.
 At the age of 15 did a three-month intensive music program at the Atlanta Institute of Music.
 
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States                   Sep.2009—Jun.2011 
Master in Finance 
z GRE: Math 800 Verbal 690 Writing 5.5 
z Relevant Coursework: Financial Investments, Asset Pricing, Modern Regression and Applied Time Series, Options 
Futures and Financial Derivatives 
 
Fudan University, Shanghai, P.R.China                         Sept.2005—Jun.2009 
BA in Mathematical Economics 
z GPA: 3.8/4.0 
z  TOEFL (iBT): 110 
z CFA Level II Candidate 
z Relevant Coursework: Stochastic Process, Differential Equations, Dynamic Optimization, Financial Engineering, 
Econometrics, Time Series Analysis, Investment Theory, International Finance, Public Finance, Money and Banking 
 
Yale University Summer Session, New Haven, CT, United States                Jul.—Aug.2008 
z GPA: 4.0/4.0 
z Coursework: Financial Markets, Financial Econometrics 
 
WORK EXPERIENCE 
Mckinsey & Company, Shanghai, P.R.China                             Winter 2009 
Part‐time Assistant 
z Participated in a case regarding investment suggestions for a state owned enterprise 
 
Citibank (China) Co., Ltd., Shanghai, P.R.China                           Summer 2008 
Trading Support, Treasury Unit, Global Consumer Group 
z Developed regression models to analyze factors affecting USD/RMB exchange rate 
z Created PowerPoint slides on rudiments of foreign exchange as training material for employees 
 
LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES 
University of California, California House (Shanghai)                     Feb.2008—Jul.2008 
Teaching Assistant of Fudan‐UC joint course “Dynamics of Chinese Economy” 
z Created course syllabus with professor and provided help to UC students on course learning 
 
Community Service Team of Department of Economics, Fudan University          Sept.2006—Jul.2007 
Team Leader 
z Organized volunteers at the home for intellectually‐challenged children and an elderly university 
z Awarded Excellent Leader of Community Service Team 
 
SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS 
Fudan‐at‐Yale Scholarship equivalent to $5000                        Jul.2008 
National Scholarship (Awarded to top 1% students)                         2007‐2008 
Shanghai Scholarship (Awarded to top 1% students)                        2006‐2007 
Fudan Excellent Student Scholarship (Awarded to top 10% students)                2005‐2006 
Top 10 finalist in Fudan Model Competition                             May 2006 
 
SKILLS & INTERESTS 
Language Skills: Native speaker of Chinese Mandarin 
Computer Skills: Familiar with MS Office Suite and R 
Interests: Traveling, Singing, Playing Piano, Movies 
Mengjie WANG 
Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton University
26 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ 08540  
mengjiew@princeton.edu
EDUCATION 
RYOHEI KAWATA
Bendheim Center for Finance, 26 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ 08540
E-mail: rkawata@princeton.edu
E D U C A T I ON
Princeton University, Bendheim Center for Finance Princeton, NJ
Master in Finance, Department of Finance Expected May 2011
Kyoto University, Graduate School of Economics Kyoto, Japan
Master of Economics, Department of Economics March 2005
• Academic concentration: Analysis of Economic Dynamics
• Graduated first in the department
Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo, Japan
Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Engineering March 2003
• Academic concentration: Industrial and Systems Engineering

P R OF E S S I ON A L E X P E R I E N C E
Bank of Japan Tokyo, Japan
Examiner, Risk Assessment & Planning, Center for Advanced Financial Technology September 2006 – June 2009
• As a Financial Risk Expert, participated in more than ten in-depth examinations of Japanese megabanks and
subsidiaries of foreign financial institutions
• Assessed and analyzed flaws in the institutions’ credit, market, and integrated risk management systems, and
suggested solutions
• Researched the tactics used by several Japanese banks to manage integrated risk; compared, contrasted, and evaluated
these tactics in a confidential report for executive directors of the Bank of Japan
Chief of Research Section, Sapporo Branch July 2005 – August 2006
• Monitored, analyzed, and reported monthly on economic conditions, including unemployment, in Hokkaido (Japan’s
northernmost island), using time series analysis
• Issued quarterly surveys to 500 small, medium, and large-sized companies, then synthesized the data and published
the findings
• Through discussions with company executives, conducted research to compare economic conditions in Hokkaido
before and after the lifting of the zero interest rate policy
• Completed an intensive Bank of Japan training course in Advanced Economics and Legal Theory
Trainee, Currency Issue Department April 2005 – June 2005
• Learned about topics in monetary and currency affairs in a four-month hands-on training program
• Studied the positions and responsibilities related to those affairs at the Bank of Japan, the country’s central bank
P U B L I C A T I O N S
• Kawata, R
• Kuroki, M., Miyakawa, M. and
. and Kijima, M., “Value-at-risk in a market subject to regime switching,” Quantitative Finance, Volume 7,
Issue 6, pp. 609-619, 2007. Based on work done for master’s thesis at Kyoto University.
Kawata, R
A D D I T I ON A L I N F OR MA T I O N
., “Instrumental Variable (IV) Selection for Estimating Total Effects in
Conditional IV Method,” Japanese Journal of Applied Statistics, Volume 32, Issue 2, pp. 89-100, 2003. Based on
work done for bachelor’s thesis at Tokyo Institute of Technology.
• Certification: Junior Certified Public Accountant (October 2002); this exam had a passing rate of only 8.6%. Work
experience at an auditing firm is required in order to apply to become a Certified Public Accountant.
TOMOMITSU NAKAMURA
Bendheim Center for Finance, 26 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ 08540, USA
tnakamur@princeton.edu
E D U C A T I O N
Princeton University Princeton, NJ
Master in Finance Exp. June 2011
• Related Coursework: Fixed Income, Probability Theory, Financial Investments, Asset Pricing I,
Modern Regression and Applied Time Series

Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo, Japan
Master of Science, Physics, General Relativity March 2003
• Thesis: Geometric Consideration of Holographic Principle
• Presented thesis at Research Conference of Singularity, 2003, Tokyo
• Studied intensive program of physics; GPA: 3.9

Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo, Japan
Bachelor of Science, Physics March 2001
• Studied intensive program of physics; GPA: 3.9
• Selected as 1 of 2 of candidates (pool of 100) who could apply to graduate school in junior year in
college; Accepted early entry into graduate school skipping senior year in college
P R O F E S S I O N A L E X P E R I E N C E
Nomura Research Institute Tokyo, Japan
Researcher, Financial Technology & Market Research Dept. April 2006-August 2009
• Core member of 6 person team to research, consult, and develop systems for bonds and derivatives for
financial institutions
• Led team of 3 to validate calculation logics of derivative pricing system for a middle bank in Japan,
which became basis for quantitative analysis and developing structured products’ pricing system
• Analyzed and set cross currency pricing models, and developed pricing calculation systems for a big
institutional investor and an investment bank in Japan, and operated systems for two years
• Analyzed mortgage historical data of Japan Housing Finance Agency, created prepayment and default
model of Japanese mortgages, and then developed pricing models of Japanese RMBS

Junior Researcher, Financial Technology & Market Research Dept. April 2003-March 2006
• Developed analytical system of Japanese mortgage backed securities for an investment bank in Japan
• Created analytical database of Japanese stocks for a middle asset management in Japan
• Analyzed variance swap structure and evaluated hedging scheme (via simulation) for an investment
bank in Japan, one of earliest entries of this product to Japan
P U B L I C A T I O N S
• “The trend of financial business for the next generation in Japan,” Nomura Research Institute (2008):
68-71, 100-103
A D D I T I O N A L
• Chartered Member of the Security Analysts Association of Japan (CMA of Japan) (2006)
• Certified International Investment Analyst (CIIA) (2006)
• Software Design & Development Engineer (2004)
• Computing: Visual Basic, C, C#, Matlab
• Language: Japanese (Native)
Bouchra EZZAHRAOUI
Bendheim Center for Finance, 26 Prospect Avenue, Princeton NJ 08540, USA
bezzahra@princeton.edu
Seeking a full-time position in Sales & Trading starting July 2010


EDUCATION

Princeton University (Princeton, NJ) Exp. 2010
• Master in Finance- Fellowship recipient
• Courses in Asset Pricing, Time Series Analysis, Fixed Income Models, Behavioral Finance

ENSAE (Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique) (Paris) 2007- 2009
Leading French School in Statistics, Economics and Finance
• MSc in Applied Mathematics: Stochastic calculus, Econometrics, Statistics, Probability, Economics, Programming
• Ranked in the top 5% of the 2010 class
• Research project on Volatility process statistical modelling (LARCH model)

Lycée Saint Louis (Paris) 2004- 2007
Top-level courses in Mathematics & Physics for national competitive entrance exam to the French Scientific Schools

Lycée Buffon (Paris) Scientific Baccalaureate with Honors 2004

WORK EXPERIENCE

J.P. Morgan (London) June 2009- Sept.2009
• Research, analytical and financial modelling support to the FIG M&A team
• Rotations in Hedge Fund FX Sales (Research and suggestion of FX derivative products to the team) and
Equity Derivatives Flow Trading

Société Générale Corporate &Investment Banking (Paris) June 2008- Aug.2008
• Pricing team of Risk Department (CRS/RIS)
• In charge of automating and realizing the Backtesting process on market parameters of credit risk.
VaR calculation and statistical analysis of results.

Lycée Saint Louis & Lycée Fénelon Sainte Marie (Paris) 2008- 2009
• Mathematics Teaching Assistant at undergraduate level: tutored students

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Vice-president of the Board of Students of the ENSAE 2008-2009
ENSAE’s Representative to ParisTech education consortium – Sponsors Manager

Communication Manager of ENSAE Junior Etudes, the Junior Enterprise of the ENSAE 2007-2008

Founding member of the Moroccan Children Parliament 1999

SKILLS
-Native Arabic and French, Basic Spanish
Languages:
-MS Office, Bloomberg basics
Computer skills:
- R, SAS, Latex | Python, C++, VB and SQL basics

OTHER INTERESTS
Running, Cooking


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1993 Sep’03-Jan’05 Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle. Commodities and Hybrids) • Structured and priced options and structured products and marketed to financial institutions in the Middle East.edu EDUCATION Princeton University. Far East and Australia Sports (cycling. Associate . football).Daniel Faddoul Princeton University • Bendheim Center for Finance • Princeton NJ 08544 • dfaddoul@princeton. Japanese animation. Bendheim Center for Finance. responsible for the welfare and discipline of students • Private Tutoring: Taught mathematics and physics at GSCE and A-Level standard LANGUAGES • • Trilingual: English. London A-Levels: 5(A) GCSEs: 7(A*). Spain. Technology and Medicine. University of London Aeronautical Engineering BEng – First Class Honours Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle. PHP programming language and Apache server Fortran (77. 3(A) Awards: Prix d’Excellence awarded every year École Française de Kano.2005 1993 . swimming. Princeton.Derivatives Sales (Middle East and North Africa . Arabic Spanish – Advanced written and spoken. Funds. 90) programming language: use in engineering applications as part of undergraduate degree ProEngineer (computer-aided design software) for design and manufacture of aircraft components PERSONAL INTERESTS • • Travel throughout Europe.2001 1994 . music. the Middle East. Assistant to Senior Education Advisor • Part of the British Section administration.2001 1986 .Equity & Hybrids Derivatives Marketing (MENA) Mar’06-Aug’06 • Worked as part of the Equity & Hybrids Derivatives Marketing team to the Middle East • Created performance reports for options and structured products on Equity. Internship . worked on all stages of new and existing transactions • Prepared and delivered a client training presentation on equity derivatives JP Morgan Chase Bank. French. Funds and Hybrids • Actively involved in the execution of transactions. NJ Master in Finance MFin Imperial College of Science. Nov’05 COMPUTER SKILLS • • • • Unix/Linux OS. Nigeria PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Barclays Capital. Internship • Middle East Team: Worked alongside and provided general support to Private Bankers • Client Services Team: Performed daily operations and transactions on clients’ accounts Jul’05-Oct’05 Expected 2011 2001 . computer and audiovisual technology . America.MENA) Oct’06-Oct’08 • Focused on derivatives in several asset classes (Equity. Microsoft DOS/Windows OS and Office Final year BEng project: created and managed a web database using MySQL open source database. including product pricing and termsheet preparation Barclays Private Bank. Certificate in Advanced Level Spanish (A) following intensive language course at University of Salamanca. Mac OS.

SQL.Found the optimal tuning of a control field to produce a set of quantum logic gates based on a molecular model for the representation of quantum bits Background: 2008-Present 2006-2008 CFA Level 3 Candidate .Received Kusaka Memorial Prize in Physics.Completed various short-term projects to support company traders in RMBS/CMBS group . and game theory GMAT: 780 (50Q/47V) GRE: 1510 (800Q/710V) 2004-2008 Princeton University A. NJ 08540 Education: 2009-Present Princeton University Masters in Finance . econometrics. including 2 as a member of the Princeton team Miscellaneous: Programming Interests Java. High-Tech Entrepreneurship.DelwinOlivan dolivan@princeton. R.B.Passed Level 1 examination in December of 2008.Investigated optimal drug regimens for models of HIV. Hockey. and Financial Risk Management . and drug-resistant mutant virus populations 2006-2007 Optimal Control for Influenza Dynamics and Quantum Computation Fall.edu 26 Prospect Avenue Bendheim Center for Finance Princeton.Coursework includes microecomics. C.Played ice hockey a total of 16 years.Created the first program in my group to comply with the newly developed application standard . Physics. MATLAB. and Level 2 examination in June of 2009 Princeton Club Hockey .Completed 8-week Chinese immersion program at Beijing Normal University SAT: 1600 (800M/800V) Experience: 9/2008-8/2009 Analyst Hyperion Brookfield Asset Management: Quantitative Research (New York.Relevant coursework in Financial Investments. and inducted to Sigma Xi Society .Produced 2 Bloomberg screens and 2 Bloomberg services in under 10 weeks Summer 2005 Plasma Physics Science and Technology Internship Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (Princeton. NY) .Programmed a financial document search function for the Bloomberg terminal . Beginning Piano/Guitar .Created a linear optimization model for allocating bond investments among various sectors Summer 2007 Financial Application Developer Internship Bloomberg LP: Research & Development (Skillman. VBA. cum laude Certificate in Applications of Computing.Using a differential-equation based model for influenza. NJ) .Updated and maintained database of monthly client portfolios .Instructed group members on the method to update other functions to this standard . determined the minimal cost applications of theoretical medicines to treat virus infection in an individual . Spring Junior Paper . LaTeX Cooking. financial economics. NJ) . asset pricing.Assisted a graduate student perform experimental laboratory work investigating signal fluctuations from a plasma column Research: 2007-2008 Optimal Treatment Schedules for HIV Senior Thesis . C#. Certificate in Engineering Physics . Skiing. considering multiple-medicine treatments of HIV with opportunistic infections.

75/4.00 • Honors Thesis: Quantification and Visualization of Joint Contact Using Kinematic Analysis Experience THE GELBER GROUP (PARASCA TRADING. Travel. IL 2008 Evanston. Models in Applied Math.00 • Coursework: Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics. LLC) Quantitative Analyst.94/4. OH 2007 Evanston. IL 2008-2009 2005-2009 Chicago. Corporate Finance and Financial Accounting. Modern Regression and Applied Time Series. Nonprofit Consulting • Served as team coordinator in consulting for the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association • Worked with management consultants and MBA mentor to improve firm’s effectiveness GATEWAY SCIENCE PROGRAM Student Facilitator • Taught challenging problems to a small group of students during weekly workshops • Received Most Outstanding Facilitator Award NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND & CONCERT BAND • Section Leader for Marching Band – Directed music rehearsals in section of 19 members • Principal Trumpet for Concert Band – Performed solos as first trumpet Recognition • • • • • Princeton. Princeton. NJ 2009-2011 Evanston. Department of Biomedical Engineering • Created a real-time. June 2009 • Cumulative GPA: 3. IL 2007-2008 Evanston. 26 Prospect Avenue. NJ 08540 elorenz@princeton. IL 2006-2008 Evanston. Microsoft Office . Lorenz Bendheim Center for Finance. sponsored by Goldman Sachs American Invitational Mathematics Exam Qualifier – Top 5% in USA Ranked in the top 1% of over 850. IL 2005-2007 Highest Individual Score in Ohio Advanced Placement Economics Challenge. IL 2008 Cleveland. Department of Biomedical Engineering • Developed algorithms to correlate biomarkers with colon cancer Leadership CAMPUS CATALYST Analyst. 3D model of interactions in the knee to diagnose the need for ACL surgery • Partnered with researchers to implement model for use by surgeons EVANSTON BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION Baseball Umpire for High School. and Tournament Baseball Games • Obtained state certification and formerly worked for two additional associations over eight year period NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY BIOPHOTONICS LABORATORY Research Assistant. IL 2005-2006 Evanston.edu Education PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Master in Finance. May 2011 • Coursework: Financial Investments.com Inducted into Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society at Northwestern University Recipient of Miles M. Asset Pricing. Mathematica.000 online poker players in 2008 by officialpokerrankings. Chicago Board of Trade • Developed customized analytical indicators to optimize futures trading strategies • Implemented plotting system to automatically display and update indicators • Collaborated daily with senior management in developing new trading strategies • Completed online courses at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange’s “Options Institute” THE CLEVELAND CLINIC Summer Research Student.Elliott J. Abbott Endowed Scholarship at Northwestern University Computer Skills MATLAB. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with Departmental Honors. Asymptotic & Perturbation Methods. June 2009 • Graduate GPA: 3. Financial Econometrics • GRE Quantitative: 800/800 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Master of Science in Applied Mathematics.

Linear Algebra. AMGEN Inc.S. Professor of Applied Math at Yale. Summer 2006 . Class of 2011  Relevant Coursework: Asset Pricing. (4 weeks)  Worked with a broker on the Bombay Stock Exchange and assisted in execution of trades.  At the age of 15 did a three-month intensive music program at the Atlanta Institute of Music. India Lead Guitarist of School Band  Lead Guitarist of the Youngest Band to win at the Great Indian Rock Show.  Worked with traders on the Interest Rate Volatility desk and understood different strategies to manage and measure risk in option space. New Haven. listening to Jazz and Blues. Probability Theory. Power Point. Grader for Mathematics Department: Appointed ‘grader’ for single and multivariable calculus classes at Yale. Graph Theory.  Worked with engineers of American Leak Detection and contributed to their current commercial design. India Research Assistant . Applied Mathematics. NJ  Masters in Finance. Persian. NY Sales and Trading Summer Analyst (10 weeks)  Worked as a Sales and Trading Analyst on the Interest Rate Volatility Desk. Multivariable Calculus. Urdu. Yale Skeet and Trap. BOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE Bombay.2009 EXPERIENCE Summer 2008 CITIGROUP New York. Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations. Modern Regression and Time Series. Excel. Asset Pricing.edu EDUCATION 2009-2011 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Princeton. with his quantitative model on Mutual Funds.  Gained insight into how macro and micro economic events impact valuation and market price of stocks. Combinatorics.P.Tiwari & Co. Behavioral Finance and Options. Ronald Coifman. Futures and Derivatives. Interests: Playing the electric guitar and electric bass. reciting Farsi poetry. PLAIN SIGHT SYSTEMS INC. Mortgage Desk. Cum Laude. CT  B.  Worked with traders on the Short Term Taxable Desk to understand the relation between LIBOR and Fed Funds and the implications of Counterparty Risk in the financial system. Lotus Notes. reading books by Umberto Eco. Class of 2009.  Assisted Dr. Kodak Scanning and Imaging software Language: Hindi. 2003-2005 MODERN SCHOOL VASANT VIHAR New Delhi. Numerical Methods. ACTIVITIES Research Analyst for the Student Investment Club: Worked with Chief Analysts of the Student Investment Group and gained valuable knowledge about financial markets and economic analysis. Patrick DeSouza in generating a business model for the music download industry. Computer: Word. Captain of Yale Cricket Team and Member of Intramural Squash Team. Gained a basic knowledge of wavelet theory.  Worked with traders on the Hybrid Trading Desk to create a volatility arbitrage-trading model that replicates the Merrill Lynch Equity Volatility Arbitrage Index (NYSE:MER). playing Fix – It and Liars Poker. Sports: Yale Polo.  Relevant Coursework: Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory. 2005. NJ ◊ kvadera@princeton. Optimization and Computational Finance. FX Structured Products Desk.KARAN VADERA Bendheim Center for Finance ◊ 26 Prospect Avenue ◊ Princeton. CT Summer 2007 Quantitative and Research Analyst (10 weeks)   Worked with Dr. Equity Derivatives Desk and the Hybrid Trading Desk  Created a presentation on option trading strategies and the different measures of risk in option space and applied them to a specific company. YALE UNIVERSITY New Haven.

5  Relevant Coursework: Financial Investments.2008  Teaching Assistant of Fudan‐UC joint course “Dynamics of Chinese Economy”  Created course syllabus with professor and provided help to UC students on course learning    Community Service Team of Department of Economics. Fudan University          Sept.2007  Team Leader  Organized volunteers at the home for intellectually‐challenged children and an elderly university  Awarded Excellent Leader of Community Service Team    SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS  Fudan‐at‐Yale Scholarship equivalent to $5000            National Scholarship (Awarded to top 1% students)           Shanghai Scholarship (Awarded to top 1% students)          Fudan Excellent Student Scholarship (Awarded to top 10% students)    Top 10 finalist in Fudan Model Competition                                                            Jul.—Aug. Dynamic Optimization.2011  Master in Finance  GRE: Math 800 Verbal 690 Writing 5. Time Series Analysis. Options  Futures and Financial Derivatives    Fudan University.2005—Jun.0    OEFL (iBT): 110  T CFA Level II Candidate  Relevant Coursework: Stochastic Process. International Finance. Princeton. Investment Theory.edu EDUCATION  Princeton University. New Haven.China                         Sept. Money and Banking    Yale University Summer Session. Playing Piano. CT. P. Shanghai. NJ.2008—Jul. Modern Regression and Applied Time Series. Shanghai.2009—Jun.0  Coursework: Financial Markets. P. P. Ltd. NJ 08540   mengjiew@princeton. California House (Shanghai)                     Feb.  Econometrics.R.2008  WORK EXPERIENCE  Mckinsey & Company.2008        2007‐2008        2006‐2007        2005‐2006         May 2006  SKILLS & INTERESTS  Language Skills: Native speaker of Chinese Mandarin  Computer Skills: Familiar with MS Office Suite and R  Interests: Traveling. Differential Equations.Mengjie WANG    Bendheim Center for Finance. United States  GPA: 4. Princeton.2006—Jul. Princeton University 26 Prospect Avenue. Asset Pricing. Movies  . Singing. United States                   Sep...8/4. Treasury Unit. Financial Engineering. Public Finance. Financial Econometrics                  Jul.China                          Part‐time Assistant  Participated in a case regarding investment suggestions for a state owned enterprise       Winter 2009  Citibank (China) Co.R.2009  BA in Mathematical Economics  GPA: 3. Shanghai. Global Consumer Group  Developed regression models to analyze factors affecting USD/RMB exchange rate  Created PowerPoint slides on rudiments of foreign exchange as training material for employees    LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES  University of California.R.China                           Summer 2008  Trading Support.0/4.

this exam had a passing rate of only 8. Based on work done for master’s thesis at Kyoto University.. and large-sized companies. the country’s central bank PUBLICATIONS • Kawata. and suggested solutions • Researched the tactics used by several Japanese banks to manage integrated risk. Issue 6. Japan March 2005 Tokyo. and reported monthly on economic conditions. Currency Issue Department April 2005 – June 2005 • Learned about topics in monetary and currency affairs in a four-month hands-on training program • Studied the positions and responsibilities related to those affairs at the Bank of Japan. Princeton. 89-100.” Japanese Journal of Applied Statistics. Risk Assessment & Planning. analyzed. NJ 08540 E-mail: rkawata@princeton. “Instrumental Variable (IV) Selection for Estimating Total Effects in Conditional IV Method. and integrated risk management systems. and evaluated these tactics in a confidential report for executive directors of the Bank of Japan Chief of Research Section. and Kijima. Work experience at an auditing firm is required in order to apply to become a Certified Public Accountant. Japan Examiner. M. Based on work done for bachelor’s thesis at Tokyo Institute of Technology.R YOHEI K AWATA Bendheim Center for Finance. contrasted.6%. Bendheim Center for Finance Master in Finance. Volume 7. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • Certification: Junior Certified Public Accountant (October 2002). Department of Finance Kyoto University. including unemployment. in Hokkaido (Japan’s northernmost island). Department of Engineering • Academic concentration: Industrial and Systems Engineering Princeton. 609-619. Department of Economics • Academic concentration: Analysis of Economic Dynamics • Graduated first in the department Tokyo Institute of Technology Bachelor of Engineering. Graduate School of Economics Master of Economics. Japan March 2003 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Bank of Japan Tokyo. Issue 2. compared. M. M. 2007. and Kawata. Miyakawa. Center for Advanced Financial Technology September 2006 – June 2009 • As a Financial Risk Expert. then synthesized the data and published the findings • Through discussions with company executives. R. pp.edu EDUCATION Princeton University.. pp. medium. “Value-at-risk in a market subject to regime switching. market. NJ Expected May 2011 Kyoto.. • Kuroki. R. 26 Prospect Avenue.” Quantitative Finance. using time series analysis • Issued quarterly surveys to 500 small. Volume 32. conducted research to compare economic conditions in Hokkaido before and after the lifting of the zero interest rate policy • Completed an intensive Bank of Japan training course in Advanced Economics and Legal Theory Trainee. participated in more than ten in-depth examinations of Japanese megabanks and subsidiaries of foreign financial institutions • Assessed and analyzed flaws in the institutions’ credit. . 2003. Sapporo Branch July 2005 – August 2006 • Monitored.

which became basis for quantitative analysis and developing structured products’ pricing system • Analyzed and set cross currency pricing models. C.TOMOMITSU NAKAMURA Bendheim Center for Finance. C#. P hysics March 2001 • Studied intensive program of physics. Probability Theory. Japan Bachelor of S cience.edu EDUCATION Princeton University Princeton. Physics. April 2003-March 2006 • Developed analytical system of Japanese mortgage backed securities for an investment bank in Japan • Created analytical database of Japanese stocks for a middle asset management in Japan • Analyzed variance swap structure and evaluated hedging scheme (via simulation) for an investment bank in Japan. Tokyo • Studied intensive program of physics.” Nomura Research Institute (2008): 68-71. Matlab Language: Japanese (Native) . Financial Technology & Market Research Dept. Princeton. 26 Prospect Avenue. and operated systems for two years • Analyzed mortgage historical data of Japan Housing Finance Agency. one of earliest entries of this product to Japan PUBLICATIONS • “The trend of financial business for the next generation in Japan. Accepted early entry into graduate school skipping senior year in college PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Nomura R esearch Institute Tokyo. General Relativity • Thesis: Geometric Consideration of Holographic Principle • Presented thesis at Research Conference of Singularity. GPA: 3. and then developed pricing models of Japanese RMBS Junior Researcher. Japan March 2003 Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo. created prepayment and default model of Japanese mortgages. 2003. NJ 08540. and developed pricing calculation systems for a big institutional investor and an investment bank in Japan. Financial Investments. GPA: 3. USA tnakamur@princeton. April 2006-August 2009 • Core member of 6 person team to research. Japan Researcher. June 2011 • Related Coursework: Fixed Income. Modern Regression and Applied Time Series Tokyo Institute of Technology Master of Science. and develop systems for bonds and derivatives for financial institutions • Led team of 3 to validate calculation logics of derivative pricing system for a middle bank in Japan. Asset Pricing I. consult. 100-103 ADDITIONAL • • • • • Chartered Member of the Security Analysts Association of Japan (CMA of Japan) (2006) Certified International Investment Analyst (CIIA) (2006) Software Design & Development Engineer (2004) Computing: Visual Basic.9 Tokyo.9 • Selected as 1 of 2 of candidates (pool of 100) who could apply to graduate school in junior year in college. Financial Technology & Market Research Dept. NJ Master in Finance Exp.

Fixed Income Models. Morgan (London) June 2009. 26 Prospect Avenue. Cooking . Basic Spanish Computer skills: -MS Office. Economics. analytical and financial modelling support to the FIG M&A team • Rotations in Hedge Fund FX Sales (Research and suggestion of FX derivative products to the team) and Equity Derivatives Flow Trading Société Générale Corporate &Investment Banking (Paris) • • June 2008. Statistics.2009 Leading French School in Statistics. USA bezzahra@princeton.Aug. NJ) • • Master in Finance.edu Seeking a full-time position in Sales & Trading starting July 2010 EDUCATION Princeton University (Princeton. Latex | Python. the Junior Enterprise of the ENSAE Founding member of the Moroccan Children Parliament 2008-2009 2007-2008 1999 SKILLS Languages: -Native Arabic and French.P.Bouchra EZZAHRAOUI Bendheim Center for Finance. Economics and Finance • MSc in Applied Mathematics: Stochastic calculus. 2010 ENSAE (Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique) (Paris) 2007. Econometrics.Sept. Time Series Analysis.Fellowship recipient Courses in Asset Pricing.2007 Top-level courses in Mathematics & Physics for national competitive entrance exam to the French Scientific Schools Lycée Buffon (Paris) Scientific Baccalaureate with Honors 2004 WORK EXPERIENCE J. VB and SQL basics OTHER INTERESTS Running. Programming • Ranked in the top 5% of the 2010 class • Research project on Volatility process statistical modelling (LARCH model) Lycée Saint Louis (Paris) 2004.R.2008 Pricing team of Risk Department (CRS/RIS) In charge of automating and realizing the Backtesting process on market parameters of credit risk.2009 Lycée Saint Louis & Lycée Fénelon Sainte Marie (Paris) • Mathematics Teaching Assistant at undergraduate level: tutored students EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Vice-president of the Board of Students of the ENSAE ENSAE’s Representative to ParisTech education consortium – Sponsors Manager Communication Manager of ENSAE Junior Etudes. C++.2009 • Research. Bloomberg basics . SAS. Behavioral Finance Exp. VaR calculation and statistical analysis of results. 2008. Princeton NJ 08540. Probability.

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