Pierre E. Mendelsohn

Founder, CEO

An engineer at heart, Pierre founded ALPIMA in October 2014 to give professional and institutional investors a new service focused on rule-based investing and asset allocation.

Since then, Pierre, along with his team, designed and built the ALPIMA platform around the concept of Object-Oriented Investing(TM). Subsequently, Pierre oversaw the implementation of the ALPIMA platform at prestigious institutional clients globally.

Prior to founding ALPIMA, Pierre worked for two decades with leading investment banks in New York, London and Hong Kong in global markets, focusing on quantitative investment strategies (QIS) and derivatives, in origination, structuring, sales, management and senior management roles. Along with his teams, Pierre has launched numerous investment products and systematic strategies which, in total, collected tens of billions of dollars from institutional and HNW clients globally.

Previously, Pierre was a Managing Director with Morgan Stanley for four years in London and Hong Kong. Before that, he was a Managing Director with Merrill Lynch for eleven years in London. Among other things, he ran and scaled Merrill INVEST, Merrill’s securitised product platform in EMEA from 2005 to 2010. Previously Pierre worked in Global Markets and Risk Analytics with Bankers Trust in London and New York, and as a management consultant with Oliver Wyman & Company in New York.

Pierre holds an M.S.E. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering majoring in Applied Mathematics from Princeton University and an MS in Engineering / Computational Fluid Dynamics from INPG, France.

He lives in London with his wife and three children. Marathon runner, instrument-rated pilot and aviation fan.

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