About

I am a job market candidate in Finance from Columbia Business School, and will be available for interviews at the 2018 AFA/AEA Annual Meetings in Philadelphia, PA.

My research interests are in empirical corporate finance and specifically the financial intermediation between institutional investors and households. This can be seen in my job market paper which studies the financial decisions of individuals nearing their end of life and examines if such access to wealth can enable longevity. Another example of my research can be seen from my second paper that explores the role of managerial decisions on patterns of hedge fund returns and capital allocation.

I previously graduated from the MIT Sloan School of Management with an M.Fin., and also from Queen’s University (Canada) with a B.A. and B.Sc. in Economic and Electrical Engineering, respectively.