Eric R. Rosenfeld is a Senior Lecturer in Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Rosenfeld is a retired hedge fund manager and was formerly the founding partner of The Quantitative Alternatives, LLC.; and before that the president of Paloma Partners Management Company (“Paloma”). Prior to Paloma, he was a principal and co-founder of JWM Partners, LLC (“JWMP”), an investment management firm based in Greenwich, CT. JWMP specializes in the development and application of sophisticated financial technology to investment management. Rosenfeld was a principal, co-founder and limited partner of Long-Term Capital Management, L.P. (“LTCM”). While at LTCM, he was a member of the Management and the Risk Management Committees. Rosenfeld joined Salomon Brothers as a trader in the Government Arbitrage Group in July 1984. In 1985, he was appointed vice president and in 1988, he was made managing director and co-head of the Fixed Income Arbitrage Group. In August 1991, Rosenfeld was appointed head of the Government Trading Department, co-head of the Domestic Fixed Income Sales and Trading Department, and a member of the Salomon Brothers Executive Committee. He also served on the Risk Management and Capital Allocation committees until he left in January of 1993.
Eric Rosenfeld was born in Boston, Massachusetts in June 1953. From 1979 to 1984, he was an assistant professor of Finance at Harvard Business School, where he taught the first year Finance course. His research was in the area of empirical analysis of stock price distributions and its implications for contingent claims pricing.
He received his BS in economics and PhD in finance from MIT.
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