After receiving his BA in Political Science from Cornell University, Chartered Financial Analyst Bob Jain launched his career at O’Connor & Associates, serving as an Options Trader. In 1996, Jain joined the New York City branch of Credit Suisse Group AG, a proprietary trading firm. As one of the top financial advising companies worldwide, Credit Suisse Group AG provides numerous high-profile clients with private banking, investment banking, and asset management services. Bob Jain began his tenure with the company as Vice President and Head of Index Arbitrage in the Americas. He has also served Credit Suisse Group AG as Head of Arbitrage Strategies, Program Trading, and Advanced Execution Services in Equities. Currently, Bob Jain fulfills the roles of Credit Suisse Group AG Managing Director and Co-Head of Global Securities in New York City. In these capacities, Jain conducts services in equities trading, products, and risk, as well as global arbitrage trading. Bob Jain also serves and chairs a number of Credit Suisse Group AG risk and management committees. To channel his appreciation of fine art, Bob Jain commissioned 12 visual artists to produce pieces inspired by financial jargon. The collection, entitled The Color of Money: The Collision of Art and Finance, was released in 2009. As a Trustee at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art, Jain collaborates with a professional staff to organize strategic planning, development, and oversight of the museum’s collection and programming. Bob Jain also supports the local educational system. He recently contributed to the development of a charter school and donates extensively to his secondary school alma mater, Hunter College High School.

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