About Malcolm Kemp, Nematrian’s founder
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Nematrian was founded in 2009 by Malcolm Kemp.
Brief biographical details for him are set out below:
Malcolm is a leading expert in risk and quantitative
finance, with over 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry.
From 1996 to 2009, Malcolm was an Executive Director and
Head of Quantitative Research at Threadneedle Asset Management. This role
included responsibility for Threadneedle’s derivatives, risk management,
performance measurement, liability driven investment and other quantitative
investment activities. He is the chief actuary of Threadneedle Pensions
Limited. Prior to working at Threadneedle, Malcolm was a partner at Bacon &
Woodrow in their investment consultancy practice.
Malcolm holds a first-class honours degree in Mathematics
from Cambridge University. He is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of
Actuaries, a Chartered Enterprise
Risk Actuary, Managing Director of Nematrian, an Associate in Barnett
Waddingham’s insurance consulting practice, a Visiting Lecturer at Imperial
College Business School, London where he teaches a course in Enterprise Risk
Management and a member of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European Systemic
Risk Board. He has written three books
on quantitative finance.