ABOUT THE TEAM
Peter Tiburzio, CFA - Peter is a second year MBA student at MIT Sloan. Most recently, he works as an Associate at Blue Range Capital, a private equity search fund. Prior to Blue Range Capital, Peter worked at Redwood Investments as an Equity Analyst Intern covering international developed equities. Before attending MIT, Peter worked as a Quantitative Specialist for FactSet Research Systems. Outside of work, Peter is an avid skier, rock climber, and surfer.
Fabian Bott - Fabian is a MIT Master in Finance candidate graduating in 2017. Prior to MIT Fabian graduated from Frankfurt School of Finance and Management in Germany and completed several internships in investment banking, investment research, and consulting in London and Frankfurt. His interest in investing evolves around a fundamental approach and the alternative investment space. Beyond the financial world, Fabian is enthusiastic about travelling, running, road and mountainbike cycling, and reading.
Benjamin Chua - Benjamin is a part of MIT Sloan’s Master of Finance program. Prior to joining MIT, Benjamin graduated from Warwick Business School with a double major in Accounting & Finance. His experiences include interning with the Wealth Management team at Standard Chartered and at the Sao Paulo Office with International Enterprise Singapore, a government consultancy. Benjamin is passionate about fundamental research and asset management. In his spare time, he enjoys travelling, playing soccer and the occasional gastronomy.
Jia Lok Lee - Jia Lok is a Master of Finance 2017 candidate. Prior to MIT, Jia Lok graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in Economics. As the Chief Executive Director of the International Council of Malaysian Scholars and Associates (ICMS), he led his team to develop youths in career and leadership across 6 countries in partnership with EY, Maybank, and Shell, amongst others. Jia Lok is passionate about using finance to improve businesses and education. Outside work, Jia Lok enjoys travelling, singing, cooking, and badminton.
Jose Garcia-Pont - Jose previously worked for the Boston Consulting Group and at Abac Capital, a European mid-market private equity fund spun off Apax Partners. Jose was part of Abac’s first fundraising (+€320m) and worked in the first two acquisitions of the firm. At MIT Sloan, Jose is a VP of the Private Equity Club and coordinates the school’s effort in the private equity space. Jose is passionate about motorbikes and owns six different motorcycles. He is a die-hard Real Madrid soccer fan.
Eduardo Moore - Eduardo is a first-year MBA student at MIT Sloan School of Management. Eduardo is focusing his studies on finance and sustainability. Prior to MIT, Eduardo worked at Lazard’s office in Argentine cov . At Sloan, Eduardo is the marketing director of the Investment Management Conference and active member of the Investment Management Club, representing MIT at various stock pitch competitions.
Chloe Schoen - Chloe is a Master of Finance at the Sloan School of Management. Chloe joined MIT after graduating in 2016 from Harvard University, with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. Chloe previously interned in management consulting at the Boston Consulting Group in Paris as well as in investment banking and asset management at S. Goldman Advisors in New York. Beyond the financial world, Chloe is passionate about art and languages, especially Mandarin.
Diego Grove - Diego is a Sloan MBA 2018 Candidate and currently pursuing a Sustainability Certificate at MIT. Prior to MIT, Diego led MGV Investments international equities effort through deep in-house research in developed and Latin American markets, putting a strong emphasis on constructive shareholder engagement by enhancing ESG principles. With an eye for opportunities, he has develop multiple for profit and nonprofit startups related to retail, restaurants, real estate and financial services industries. Diego is a former rugby player, an avid travel surfer, an enthusiastic runner and an aspiring restaurateur.
Jayesh Kannan, CFA - Jayesh is a member of MIT Sloan’s Class of 2018 MBA program. He previously worked at Morgan Stanley in Singapore and New York City, where he advised large asset managers and hedge funds on investing in emerging market equities, with a focus on Asia. At Sloan, Jayesh is an active member of the Investment Management Club and has represented MIT at multiple stock pitch competitions. Jayesh contributes to the Financial Times’ MBA Blog and has visited nearly 40 countries, enjoys cooking and imrov acting.
Carolyn Escobar Kent - Carolyn is a second-year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management. Carolyn is focusing her studies on finance and is passionate about scaling investments in sustainable ideas that help solve the world’s greatest challenges. Prior to MIT, Carolyn worked in a variety of positions focusing on social impact and international development such as the U.S. Peace Corps and founding her own non-profit. At Sloan, Carolyn is co-president of the Hispanic Business Club and is working in partnership with the MIT Media Lab on applying blockchain technology to the renewable energy sector and property rights.
Oz Rabinovitch - Oz is a second-year MBA student at the Sloan School of Management. Oz is focusing his studies on finance with emphasis on investment management. Prior to Sloan, Oz worked for five years in finance in both fundamental and quantitative roles. His prior work experience involved a broad range of assets, including equities, forex, and futures. He has first-hand experience in trading and execution from managing a portfolio of ~$20M at his previous firm, and lately manage a portfolio of HNWI capital.
Thomas Daley - Thomas is a second-year MBA student at Sloan in the Finance Track. Prior to MIT, Thomas worked in Special Forces in the US Army. His professional interests include applied macroeconomics, capital markets and fiscal & monetary policy.
Siwen (Emily) Sun - Emily is a Master of Finance student at MIT Sloan graduating in 2018. Prior to MIT, Emily graduated from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with Bachelor of Science in Mathematics/Economics. Emily’s most recent finance experience is with Beijing ECIC, where she was responsible for performing due diligence for venture capital investment projects. For 2017 Summer, Emily will participate in an investment banking internship in Hong Kong. Outside work, Emily has played golf for more than 10 years, and is passionate about outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, and tennis.