Technologist of the Year - Christophe Reech

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When looking at how to provide end-users with the tools to price and manage the risks of exotic derivatives, most financial technologists have tried to develop software that end-users can run on their own computers and to cut the code according to the users’ ability to pay. But Christophe Reech had other ideas. He set out to create the equivalent of an investment bank, with all the high-quality quantitative expertise and sophisticated tools for pricing and risk usually associated

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