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Professor Holzhauer is an expert in financial risk tolerance and the creator of riskTRACK, the research and methodology on which Stackup Risk has been built. Professor Holzhauer obtained his PhD from the University of Alabama in 2010 and has numerous publications in journals of behavioural finance and investing behaviour.
Cameron has been working in the financial services industry for the past 10 years and has held various front office roles in the U.K. and Australia, most recently specialising in ETF market making and cross border arbitrage. Cameron is a Chartered Financial Analyst with a passion for technology and consumer finance.
Elizabeth is a practising psychologist and academic who has an interest in studying the processes underlying human decision making, including rational and emotion-based decisions and action. Elizabeth is also an honarary lecturer in psychology at New York University and the University of Sydney. She provides oversight on the psychometric aspects of Stackup Risk.
John’s career spans some 40 years in finance and public accounting, financial advisory, project management, commercial and manufacturing operations, M&A, venture capital and investment banking. John provides oversight of Stackup Risk’s strategy and corporate advisory.
Kian has over 10 years experience specialising in quantitative risk management and forecasting between London and Singapore having worked at global investment banks such as Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Merrill Lynch and Mizuho. Kian focusses on Stackup Risk’s investment risk forecasting and modelling products.
Professor Sanders sits on Stackup Risk's advisory board bringing invaluable insight from his time as the CEO of FASEA and CEO of the Professional Standards Authority. Deen's strong background in psychology, law and regulation, makes him a perfect fit to advise on multiple aspects of the Stackup Risk ecosystem.