within organisations including Liquid Capital, Jump Trading, Barclays and Credit Suisse. The outcome: He abandoned studies to become a full-time trader. In 2000, he set up Mako's ESX trading desk and established a leading position within that market. The model was the first of its kind in India, and a huge success. He is also an ambassador of WeSeehope and works with his local community. View More CountriesHide 2018 Kaplan, Inc. Philanthropy Mako has a long and active history of charitable giving and is deeply committed to supporting organisations across the globe that help and support vulnerable communities and individuals. Today, Bengaluru-based Zerodha has 1 lakh clients who trade derivatives worth a total of Rs 11,000 crore every day, and has around 300 employees. Head of MFM, miles has extensive industry and product knowledge as well as strong and far-reaching relationships with institutional clients, service and liquidity providers. Trystan has a degree in Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics from Brunel university. Nikhil Kamath 29, co-founder, Zerodha, category: Finance, nikhil Kamath started taking a keen interest in trading derivatives when he was.
James considerable experience in trading fixed income and equities as well as extensive industry knowledge provides invaluable strategic insight to the Mako Board. GO back, kevin Sweet, group CTO, kevin Sweet, group CTO, kevin is Makos Chief Technology Officer and founding partner of the Mako Group. Singapore 2016, opened Singapore Office, sydney 2017. Algorithmic Trading Group, 2006, algorithmic Trading Group is established. We pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging. Mako's risk team has over 20 years' experience providing risk services to the trading desks, specialising in listed derivatives across multiple trading platforms and seven years of practical knowledge servicing hedge fund strategies. An avid chess player since the age of eight, Nikhil took to derivatives like a duck to water because the game had forged in him an analytical mind.
Peter Gray is a research professor at Boston College, and author of Free to Learn (Basic Books, 2013) and Psychology (Worth Publishers, a college textbook now in its 7th edition).
He has conducted and published research in comparative, evolutionary, developmental, and educational psychology.