About me

As a National Engineer from the ENSIIE, I have a multidisciplinary academic training in mathematics, statistics, financial mathematics and a very good background in computer science. I am currently a postgraduate student at Paris Dauphine in Financial Markets, Economics and Econometrics.
During my internships and professional experience, I have been successful in applying my theoretical knowledge and practical skills to concrete projects. I have participated in various programming and mathematical projects applied to finance over the last four years.

My career goal is to work on the financial markets for which I have a real passion.

Why should you work with me ?

Given my profile, combining financial math skills, very strong knowledge in computer science and programation, and also all the theory around financial markets, asset management and economics that I possess, I would be an asset in your projects. I am dynamic and passionate in finance, I possess significant skills with abilities to work in a multicultural team, multitasking and working well under pressure.

Not convinced yet ? Let me tell you something else!

Let’s consider our favorite childhood question: If you could choose a superpower, which would you take?
Fly ? So you can be anywere rapidly.
Read through people’s mind ?
Absorb the knowledge of a book just by touching it ?
Interesting superpowers doesn’t it ?

Now, if you were an investor, so financial profit was your primary motive, which would you chose?
I think you would be wise to answer: none of the above. Why ? Because the single skill that would come to differentiate successful investors – the superheroes – from their otherwise talented and competent peers – us mere mortals – would be their ability to think intelligently about the future.

Let’s say you can chose the ability to see the future and imagine, for a moment, what we could do.
Even if you could only gaze ten seconds ahead, or, for that matter, even one second ahead, you could make an endless amount of money.

The most expensive real estate in the world is the server room next to the New York Stock Exchange’s routing system, because if you can transact orders even a fraction of a second faster than the rest of the market, you can provide liquidity with high frequency trading and make a spread by buying from the sellers and selling to the buyers. Even if the spread is tiny, if you can do it enough times and with enough volume, over time you can make a fortune.

If you could gaze even farther ahead, say a week, or a month, you would have an even larger and more unfair advantage.
You would choose a stock, for example, which you knew was going to make the most dramatic move, and invest in it heavily, and with as much leverage the market would lend you, and then you’d make a fortune.

If the days tell you their secrets, you become a day trader. If the years tell you their secrets, you become a venture capitalist. You provide every round of financing to the next Google.

It’s an interesting thought experiment, because the more you think about it, the more you realize how little hard information about the future you need to possess to become rich, and that the more information you have, the fewer and more targeted and more leveraged your investments would become.
You wouldn’t need to have a huge diversified portfolio. Diversified portfolios are for investment managers who know they’ll have some winners and some losers, so they spread the risk around. Instead, as a rational profit-seeking actor, you would put everything you’ve got into the biggest winners in a descending order.

Why entertain this fiction? Because it is a practical fiction. It makes my point for me. Information about the future is valuable. Infinitely more so than gold.

What if there were a way for us, mere mortals, to drink a drop of some magical elixir that gave us that superpower for just a moment?
What if it were possible for you and I to glimpse the future, to forsee what happens next?
There is a way. It’s there for the taking. And only fools don’t seize the opportunity!

That is, by proxy: the ability to think intelligently about the future is as close as we can come to actually seeing the future, and that is certainly close enough to reap the benefits, although not close enough to be error-proof. But close enough to make huge benefits. It’s simple, it’s called Mathematics, Probabilities, Ecnonometrics, Forecasting. Combine that with programming languages and computer powers and you can get your machine to anticipate the future!

Let’s forecast the future! Let’s make money!

Still not convinced ? Maybe you should contact me !

Oh ! I also have some side projects ! Please visit : http://portail-scpi.fr