Efficient Capital Management on using quant for skill detection and commodity traders

Marat Molyboga of Efficient Capital Management's 2015 Presentation

Marat Molyboga is the Chief Risk Officer and Director of Research at Efficient Capital Management, LLC, and a member of the Executive Committee. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Finance at the Illinois Institute of Technology Stuart School of Business. Mr. Molyboga began his career at Efficient in 2001 as a Research Analyst. From 2002, he consulted for Petra Intraday Trading Systems as the Senior Researcher and served as its president from 2004. He left Petra in 2006 and joined the Research Department at Efficient as a Senior Research Analyst. His expertise is in CTA performance evaluation and portfolio construction. Mr. Molyboga is also an expert in portfolio risk management and serves as the Chief Risk Officer for the firm, while also overseeing the work of the Research Team.

We were excited to have Marat share his expertise on a quantitative approach to skill detection and commodity traders at last year’s Trading Show Chicago.

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Mr. Molyboga is a Financial Risk Manager designee (FRM), a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and holds a Series 3 license. He graduated with high honors from Moscow State University in 2001 with a Masters in Financial Mathematics. He also graduated with honors from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business in 2013 with an MBA in Finance, Economics and Strategic Management.

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

  • How can I make money in the commodity markets?
  • Is there such thing as skill in trading?
  • If skill exists, how can I capture or detect it?

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