Peter F. Borish

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Peter F. Borish

Position Trustee
Job Title
Chief Strategist, Quad Capital

Peter Borish is Chief Strategist of Quad Group and its affiliated companies where he is highly engaged in recruiting new talent for Quad and working with the founding partners on business strategy. In addition, he is instrumental in helping trades develop a methodology to enhance their performance by serving as a trading coach. He also serves as a member of the Market Risk Advisory Committee (MRAC)of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

Borish is a seasoned Wall Street veteran and was a founding partner of Tudor Investment Corporation where he was Director of Research for 10 years. As a philanthropist, Borish is a founding member, with Paul Jones and Glenn Dubin, of the Board of Directors of the Robin Hood Foundation which funds New York City educational projects for disadvantaged children. He is a founding board member of Math for America, an non-profit led by Jim Simons to improve mathematical education in U.S. public schools. He is a Senior Advisor to MScience, the leader in creating actionable insight from alternative data, and a portfolio company of Leucadia Investments. Borish is also a Trustee of the RMB Funds.

Identifying opportunities that enhance financial market efficiencies has driven Borish in other endeavors. This includes ValueStream, a venture capital firm that invests in new technology, data and analytics,Charitybuzz.com and Betaworks.com. He has also served as CEO of Twinfields Capital Management, a global macro hedge fund focused on the fixed income sector, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of OneChicago, LLC.

Taken together the triangle of hedge fund, early stage technology and nonprofits has uniquely positioned Borish to track the spectrum of opportunities across the investment universe. As such, he regularly appears on Bloomberg, Yahoo and CNBC, to name a few.

Borish has been an IFM Trustee since 1991. He served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees from March 1992 to March 1998, and again from March 2004 to March 2014.