Thomas Schneeweis

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Thomas Schneeweis, professor of finance at the School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA, is also the director of the Center for International Securities and Derivatives Markets there. [1]

He is president of Alternative Investment Analytics, LLC, which he established in 2005, as a consultancy in the fields of multi-advisor hedge fund creation and asset allocation.

He is a frequent speaker at academic and financial-services industry events and is often quoted press (i.e. the Financial Times, Business Week and the Wall Street Journal.

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