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Jeff Cheah, who holds a Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation, is a Market Risk and Capital Markets Treasury professional at IAMGOLD. Previously, he was with Maple Leaf Foods as a Risk Manager and AIP Private Capital as an Economic Advisor, as well as serving as the Chief Technical Analyst at Thomson Reuters Americas. He has over 20 years of experience across various sectors of the financial industry.
While at Thompson Reuters, Jeff presented and taught Technical Analysis and FX Options courses to Thomson Reuter’s clients. Prior to joining Reuters, Jeff worked as a Senior Analyst at the Bank of Canada in the Financial Markets Department, the group that is responsible for executing all financial market transactions required to carry out the Bank of Canada mandates. Jeff’s work involved daily briefing as well as background research ahead of G7 and BIS meetings for senior management and Governing Council members to help better understand the implications of trends and developments in financial markets.
Jeff’s financial markets experience also includes being a Market Strategist with Standard & Poor’s in Toronto, a Foreign Exchange Trader at Bank of America in Toronto, a Derivatives and Money Market Trader at the New Zealand Investment Bank in Singapore and an Economist at the Port of Seattle in the U.S. His research paper, “Risk Reversals Analysis and Evaluation: An Option-Based Sentiment Indicator for the Foreign Exchange (FX) Markets” was published in the Journal of Technical Analysis (issue 63), and his book, titled “The FOG Index: Recognizing Extremes of Fear or Greed in the Financial Markets” was published in 2010.
On December 2, 2009, Jeff Cheah, CMT presented a webcast to the CMT Association membership as part of the CMT Association Educational Web Series.