Washington University, St. Louis, MO (BA), Fordham University, New York, NY (MBA)
Trading, Investing, Financial Cycles
- International banking and trading
- Institutional brokerage
- Derivatives pricing systems designer
- Developer of financial market pricing algorithms based on cycle analysis
- Financial market and strategic planning consulting
Andrew began his career in financial services, starting at Cantor Fitzgerald and other institutional brokerage companies, where he gained broad experience in most of the major capital markets. He focused on the foreign exchange markets and specialized in off-balance sheet interest rate derivatives such as forward rate agreements (FRAs) and interest rate swaps. He developed pricing systems for those markets that could disseminate live prices electronically and which were used to broker the inter-bank market.
Andrew then worked for Nord/LB as a sales and proprietary trader in interest rate and foreign exchange markets, then at Bank of New York Mellon’s Pershing subsidiary as a product manager for separately managed account platforms generating model portfolios from client risk profiles.
After formal positions in banking and finance, Andrew worked as a fundraiser in higher education and medicine for University of Rochester, the Alzheimer’s Association, and The Strong National Museum of Play.
Andrew continues his financial markets work identifying specific trading opportunities based on market cycle algorithms, and also provides business and strategic consulting services to businesses and non-profit organizations. He holds a NASD Series 65 license as a registered investment advisor representative and is a licensed property & casualty insurance broker in New York.
Andrew received a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Washington University in St. Louis. He attended Fordham University Gabelli School of Business for his MBA in finance, earning membership in the Beta Gamma Sigma academic honor society.
Quote from Andrew Grossman
“Accept that truth can come from surprising places if explored with an open mind, that what seems impossible can be achieved, and that the cycles of history and markets repeat in ways that can be identified.”