Ruben D Cohen
Howden Group Holdings
Ruben’s career in the financial industry began in 1999 at Citi, London, working in Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Audit, Compliance, Operational and Credit Risk Analytics and, finally, Model Validation. After Citi, he had a spell at Bank of America working in Model Audit and prior to joining Howden Group in January 2022, Ruben worked at Aon for three years, where he was the technical lead on a number of operational risk and credit risk engagements.
Prior to entering the financial industry, Ruben spent 10 years on the faculty of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science at Rice University in Houston, specializing in Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics.
Ruben has a BEng and an MS in Mechanical Engineering, an MA in Economics from McGill University, Canada; and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.
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