Our twenty person team includes data procurement professionals, technology engineers, data scientists and research analysts who used to work on the buyside and sellside.
Team members include:
Emmett Kilduff, Founder & CEO. Emmett worked in Investment Banking with Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. Morgan Stanley was the first investment bank to work with big data within its research department.
Shannon Callan, Shannon leads our Teach-ins and Bespoke Projects. Shannon was Director of Equity Research at TCW Group, a $185bn asset manager based in LA. Shannon has been working with alternative data since 2011.
Ronan Crosson, Director of Data Insights. Ronan was a senior analyst at State Street Global Advisors. Since joining Eagle Alpha he has upskilled in data science techniques, predictive modelling, and languages such as Python, R and SQL.
Padraic Mulligan, Head of Engineering. Padraic is an enterprise cloud expert specializing in high scale and big data. Padraic has a patent application for classifying data sets using NLP.
Jamie O’Donohoe, COO. Jamie manages the end-to-end operations of the business. He has 10+ years’ experience working in operations and finance roles in the financial industry. He is currently focussed on standardising the contractual process regarding the purchasing of datasets.
Our team is advised by a nine person advisory panel that includes:
Gene Ekster, alternative data expert and former head of R&D at Aperio (part of Point 72).
Adrian Faure, various roles at Citi including head of equity sales and head of pan-Asian research.
Derek Greene, data scientist with expertise in machine learning, data mining, scalable data analytics and social network analysis.
Evan Weaver, former technology architect at Twitter. As the most senior technical member of the company at the time, he worked directly on mission-critical projects and helped other teams with engineering strategy.
Gawn-Rowan Hamilton, co-founder & CFO of MergerMarket Group (sold to BC Partners for £328m). MergerMarket Group is an information provider to Wall Street.