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Jamie Coutts, CMT, CFTe has over 20 years of experience spanning asset management, private banking and fintech. In his current position, Jamie is the buyside workflow specialist for Bloomberg in Singapore. In this multi-faceted role, he is responsible for leading content creation efforts for equity analysis and spearheads engagements to drive organisational change of investment workflows to enhance investment and operational alpha with the CIO’s and front office teams at asset managers, asset owner and hedge funds. Focus areas are investment research, ESG integration, quantitative strategies, and alternative investments. Over the past four years, Jamie has been immersed in the crypto/digital assets space, leading the Asia commercial strategy for this sector while advising product development across the business lines of data, research, risk, trading and execution. He has been one of the most read contributors to Bloomberg’s Function For the Markets (FFM) news product and collaborates on research published by the Bloomberg Intelligence strategy group.
Jamie started his career as a private client stockbroker for CSFB in Australia, obtaining the Series 7 qualification and developing a client franchise specialising in international equities and equity derivatives. He then moved to London where he joined a boutique institutional brokerage, Pali International, specialising in Asian equities and event driven strategies for European funds. In roles covering both trading and sales, Jamie began to cultivate his technical analysis framework for analysing markets gaining the CFTe designation from the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) in 2006. Moving to Singapore, Jamie continued to work on the sellside for Pali International and BGC Securities Asia. Joining Tudor Capital, a global macro hedge fund in Singapore in 2011, Jamie continued to broaden his technical analysis approach and began developing quantitative strategies. In 2014, he acquired the Chartered Markets Technician (CMT) designation and in 2015 became the Singapore chapter chair for the CMT Association. In 2017 he was elevated to the global board and has led the APAC Development Committee since 2020. Jamie continues to pursue his passion for crypto/digital assets as an adviser to Singapore based crypto hedge fund and is actively involved with the community speaking at events on behalf of the CMT Association and Bloomberg.