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Vahe Andonians is a serial entrepreneur and senior lecturer at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.
Recently, Vahe founded a new startup - cognaize - which is specializing in the AI-based processing of financial documents. Additionally, Vahe is a partner alongside Moody's Analytics at Traidum, which is building a blockchain based negotiation platform for trading Structured Credit products.
In 2017 Vahe sold his latest startup - SCDM, an AI-based analytics company specialized in the fixed income market, to Deloitte. Having started as a data provider for investors in structured credit in 2003, SCDM had broadened its services from data management to bespoke IT solutions into reporting, business intelligence, and cash flow simulations for investors in structured credit.
Early 2017 SCDM had sold its structured credit business to Moody's Analytics and was focusing on its valuation business, putting a value on over 40.000 financial instruments on a daily basis.
Clients included, among others, Deutsche Bundesbank, KfW, EAA, Berings, BNP Paribas, BNY Mellon, Deloitte, KPMG, and Creditflux. Vahe was leading the product development and research arm of SCDM, with a strong focus on Machine Learning and Blockchain 2.0 technologies.
Before that, Vahe has successfully founded, raised and sold several start-ups in the area of Machine Learning. Prior to that, Vahe was co-managing a Statistical Equity Arbitrage Hedge Fund for Erstebank in Austria.
Vahe holds an Engineer title in information and high-frequency technology from the Federal Higher Technical Institute for Education and Experimentation in Moedling, Austria and an MBA from the University of Liverpool, England.
Michael H. Grote on market making, arbitrage and other high frequency trading strategies.
“Prices should signal scarcity or abundance and ultimately they should drive human action – none of this takes milliseconds”
Unternehmen nutzen M&A zunehmend als den schnellsten Weg, um Marktchancen zu ergreifen oder ihre Unternehmen umzustrukturieren. Prof. Dr. Michael Grote fasst den Begriff in rund 90 Sekunden zusammen. Er ist Professor für Corporate Finance und beschäftigt sich an der Frankfurt School mit Unternehmensfinanzierung und Kapitalmärkten, insbesondere mit Mergers & Acquisitions und Private Equity.
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