M3 Capital makes the case for pay based on return per unit of risk

John Netto of M3 Capital's 2015 Presentation

John Netto is the President of M3 Capital and author of “The Global Macro Edge”. John appears on Bloomberg TV, CNN, CNBC, Fox Business Channel, and PBS, as well as being quoted by the Wall Street Journal and Dow-Jones Newswire.

We were excited to have John share his expertise on disrupting manager compensation – the case for a dynamic, incentivized pay structure based on return per unit of risk.

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John is featured in the book “The Speed Traders” (McGraw-Hill 2011). He is a nine-year US Marine Corps veteran. While serving abroad he learned to speak, read, and write Japanese and Chinese, and since then, learned Portuguese, to further help him articulate his vision of the markets to an international audience.

You can now download his presentation to find out more about:

  • Maximizing return per unit-of-risk
  • Why compensation should not be based on return
  • Current compensation structure
  • Why compensation should be paid retroactively for return per unit-of-risk
  • Applying the Netto Number


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