Jezri Mohideen

Welcome to the blog page of Jezri Mohideen. On this site, you will find news, commentary and background information on topics such as financial asset management and financial engineering from an individual with specific expertise in these areas. In addition to this blog, feel free to view the Jezri Mohideen video posts page at Dailymotion.

Currently, Jezri Mohideen works as a Senior Advisor for Banner Asset Management, an Australian asset management firm that is part of the Banner Group of Companies. In his role as a Senior Advisor, Jezri Mohideen is responsible for implementing the company’s European objectives. Prior to joining Banner, he was Global Head of EMEA and APAC Delta Trading at RBS London. There, he had responsibility for managing and growing the organisation’s global rates and inflation business that had a revenue of £1.5-2 billion. Previously, he served in a number of senior roles within the RBS Group—both in London and Tokyo. He has also worked for Barclays Capital and Goldman Sachs.

For those interested in financial asset management and, more specifically, the development of technical solutions to problems within the financial niche, Jezri Mohideen has co-authorship credit on over 10 academic publications. These include a contribution to a book, Numerical Methods for Optimal Control Problems with State Constraints, which was published in 1999. He earned a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London—where he graduated with the Governor’s Medal—and he went on to gain a PhD in Process Systems Engineering from the same school. He is currently Project Leader on a research project under Prof E.N. Pistikopoulos, a well-renowned academic in the field of optimisation. The purpose of this research is to develop a new algorithm to trade the FI auction cycles, with a particular focus on US Treasury auctions.

Additionally, Jezri Mohideen draws on his considerable experience to provide insights into the asset management niche. His expertise in this area was recognised when RBS became the recipient of Risk Magazine’s Inflation Derivatives House of the Year award at the time he was working for the business. His work experience coupled with his academic background places him in a position to comment on what is involved in financial engineering from a practical and theoretical perspective. He is also able to comment on the ways in which financial engineering is able to solve specific problems in the financial sphere.