Patrik Edsparr

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Patrik Edsparr
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Occupation Chief Investment Officer, Co-Founder
Employer Tor Investment Management
Location London

Patrik Edsparr is a Hong Kong-based financial services professional who is the chief investment officer and co-Founder for Tor Investment Management. Edsparr previously served as the chief executive officer of Citadel Investment Group LLC's securities unit. He was asked to leave the firm seven months after Citadel founder Ken Griffin picked him for the position.[1][2] [3][4]

He joined Citadel in 2008 as global head of fixed income and head of the firm’s European business.[5][6]

Background[edit]

Edsparr career includes more than three decades of finance and investment management expertise, with a substantial portion dedicated to JP Morgan Chase & Co. During his tenure, he successfully developed and oversaw the proprietary positioning and principal trading divisions, demonstrating leadership as a member of the executive committee and the investment bank's management committee. He further contributed to the capital and risk committees. Edsparr's roles at J.P. Morgan also encompassed co-heading North American markets from 2004 to 2006 and serving as the global co-head of fixed income from 2006 to 2008.[7]

During 2010-2011, he served as a Visiting Fellow at the Bank of England, offering guidance on an array of market structure and capital-related matters.

Edsparr was a lieutenant in the Swedish Army, with service at the Swedish Defence Language School. He has also acted as a non-executive director for MTS S.p.A. and Nomura International, where he chaired its Board Risk Committee.[8]

Education[edit]

Edsparr received his master's of science in applied mathematics from The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, an MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics, and a PhD in finance from MIT.

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