Neil Grossman

Former European Central Banker, former hedge fund investor, physicist, mathematician and attorney with an interest in constitutional law

Neil Grossman (retired) spent the last two decades in the financial industry working as a proprietary trader, asset manager and market-maker. In particular, he has traded liquid products in major markets around the globe, with particular emphasis on arbitrage-related strategies. Mr. Grossman was an Executive Director, he ran a Proprietary Trading Group that focused on global rates and currencies. Mr. Grossman has also had senior risk-taking roles with Norges Bank (the Central Bank of Norway), Five Mile Capital Partners, an investment management firm based in Stamford, Connecticut, Global Asset Management, a European investment firm and Deutsche Bank, where he ran a large derivatives portfolio. Mr. Grossman served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Polaris Asset Management, where he was responsible for managing a Fixed Income Arbitrage Fund.