Tim Seymour

Tim Seymour

Tim Seymour is a founder of Emerging Money. He is a founder and managing partner at Triogem Asset Management and is The Emerging Markets Contributor to CNBC.

Triogem Asset Management focuses on investing throughout the global emerging markets asset class. With a view that emerging and developing economies will continue to outpace the economic growth and advancement of developed economies, Seymour has devoted a career to investing in the dominant markets of tomorrow, today. Seymour’s career has included significant experience in both alternative asset management (hedge funds) and capital markets, having launched two hedge funds, and built the largest Russian broker dealer in the U.S.

Seymour started his career at UBS, focusing on international credit (cash, swaps, forex) in a specialized hedge fund group (New York). Seymour completed the firm’s training program after graduating with an MBA in international finance from Fordham University. Seymour received his undergraduate degree at Georgetown University.

Recent Articles

Profit from China’s Rare Earth Monopoly

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