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Honoree Portrait

Vlad-Yacov Rashkovich

Global Head of Quantitative Trading Research, Bloomberg LP

Vlad-Yacov Rashkovich is Russian born, Israeli molded, U.S. adopted. While pursuing his bachelor’s degree in economics and accounting from the Hebrew University, he simultaneously studied in the Orthodox yeshivot in Jerusalem to reclaim his cultural heritage. After working in banking in Tel Aviv, Vlad reunited with his family in New York, where he earned his M.B.A. at Columbia Business School.

Subsequent to Wall Street jobs in equity research and portfolio optimization, Vlad joined Bloomberg as a global head of multi-asset trading research. His discoveries of novel frameworks and decision tools are published in The Journal of Trading (JOT), Journal of Fixed Income, Best Execution,...

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Commemorative Journal Close Date: Monday, June 12, 2023
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