As Vice President of Portfolio Analytics at an alternative asset manager, Alex focused on opportunistic investments in the private debt of specialty finance companies, with responsibility for conducting the analytical work on prospective and current investments, as well as for portfolio monitoring and risk management.
Prior to this, Alex served on the faculty of finance at a liberal arts university focusing on alternative investments and credit risk. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he published numerous articles in leading journals of finance and economics. Alex has spoken extensively at conferences pertaining to valuation, credit risk, and structured finance. He also served as an advisor to the California Debt and Investment Advisory Committee.
Prior to his work in academia, Alex performed portfolio risk analysis and cash flow modeling for relative-value trading strategies as a quantitative analyst at Morgan Stanley.
Alex received his Ph.D. and MBA in Finance from Rutgers University. He also received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with high honors from the University of Colorado.
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