There’s a long tail of smaller managers that have to fight over the scraps.—Kim Bang
In This Episode, You'll Learn:
- How Kim grew up in Denmark with his dad in the shipping business.
- How he got into futures markets through his dad’s business.
- Kim’s education in the U.S. and his first job on Wall Street.
I decided I better get a real paying job, so I had to put my passion on hold at that time.—Kim Bang
- How he left AIG to start his own business.
- His time at Bloomberg building and running their TradeBook system.
I felt there was an opportunity to take this platform and bring it to the age of this totally electronic marketplace.—Kim Bang
- About Kim’s son’s research club at New York University.
- How he decided what to do next after his company was sold.
We came up with something that we believe has better traction than classic trend following.—Kim Bang
- How he launched Prolific Capital Markets in 2013.
- What he does when he’s not working.
Taking some time off to clear your mind and do some exercise is an important thing to do.—Kim Bang
- How he built his business.
- The funds needed to start his business and how institutional clients should be sought after.
- What he can do himself and what he has outsourced.
- How he builds a strong culture in his organization.
- What his track record means to his potential investors.
- What Kim is trying to achieve with the program itself.
- What kind of environments are good for his program.
We want our models to work across a wide set of markets.—Kim Bang
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The advantage we have is that we are smaller and more agile.—Kim Bang