Grant co-founded Irithmics, a Bath-based fintech in 2012 and has worked extensively with both issuers and investors across global capital markets. Previously part of Ernst & Young's financial services advisory practice, Grant also helped develop Bloomberg's successful trading, analytics and portfolio management platform, leading the firm's European and Asian business. Prior to Bloomberg, Grant was part of RiskMetrics, establishing their European asset management analytics and consulting capabilities. He holds a BSc in Chemistry from St Andrews University, where he remained to undertake a PhD after which he joined academic research at Cambridge University.
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Irithmics, a Bath-based fintech in 2012, applies machine learning and artificial intelligence to explore the behaviours and dynamics of institutional investors, providing data and insights to analysts, asset managers, hedge fund managers and listed companies. The firm’s technology extends the understanding listed companies have of institutional investors and the development of their investment case, while also providing asset and portfolio managers with enhanced insight and criteria associated with screening, selection and portfolio monitoring.