30 years experience in financial markets (of which 15 in Commodities), joined Nestlé in 2000 as Treasurer of the Swiss Pension Funds and started to work on Commodities exposure in 2002; he implemented an internal Commodity Long-Only product in 2006 and worked on the Long-Short strategy from 2008.
Head of Alternative Investment since 2007 in charge of implementing the Hedge Fund internalization project (3.3 bio$) and managing the inhouse HF portfolio’s.
30 years experience in Financial Markets mainly in brokerage companies; building and trading of complex Options strategies in Fixed Income, Indices and Commodities. Master degree in Business Administration, major in Finance and MIS, University of Hartford (CT, USA)
Finance for Executives Program, IMD Lausanne & Financial Compliance Certificate, IFGP Genève
Chief Investment strategist
Sean Corrigan has been active in financial markets since the mid-1980s. Bond trader, investment strategist, author, public speaker, and sometime TV pundit; his career stretches from the Crash of ’87 via the ’92 sterling crisis – past the 1997 Asian Contagion and the ensuing 1998 LTCM/Russia panic, on via the first great Tech Bust of 2001 to the commodity boom, the sub-prime calamity, Brexit, and the ever-recurring problems of the EMU. He is a regular Guest Host on CNBC Europe’s headline ‘Squawk Box‘ programme and has also appeared for the likes of IG TV, Bloomberg, and Real Vision. He was featured as one of the main two protagonists on a BBC2 ‘Money Programme’ special on commodity speculation and has delivered addresses to conferences at the Mises Institute, the Oxford Said Business School, and the IEA on topics as diverse as Austrian theory, money, and banking reform. Sean has worked at several banks in the City of London, at a family office in Zurich and at one of the biggest managers of commodity funds in Lausanne. Principal of his own independent advisory firm, Cantillon Consulting, he is also delighted to act as Chief Investment Strategist for PCAM
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