Career bio


Ramin’s research interests are in how sustainability and risk are measured and communicated, and how they affect decision-making in markets and organisations. He uses quantitative risk tools and data science to design and build new information infrastructure to support more resilient, inclusive global value chains and sustainable investment. He has also co-developed and co-owns the registered IP to sustainability tech.


He has a PhD in Quantitative Finance from Imperial College London, where he applied mathematical tools like wavelet decomposition and imperfect option exercise to develop a theory of the creation of value. He also holds an MEng in Engineering, Economics and Management from Oxford University. With over twenty years’ experience in global supply chains and capital markets, and having worked at institutions such as Citigroup, he co-founded trade tech start-up, a platform that is transforming global trade services and compliance.



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