Nancy Davis, founder, managing partner and chief investment officer of Quadratic Capital Management, discussed May 9, 2019 on The Sherman Show her philosophy toward options trading, Quadratic’s plan to democratize the markets by giving investors more choices better access to interest-rate volatility and, among other topics, where she thinks investing opportunities lie in the options market. Ms. Davis began her career at Goldman Sachs where she rose to become head of credit, derivatives and over-the-counter trading. Before launching Quadratic in 2013, she served as a portfolio manager at Highbridge where she managed $500 million of capital in a derivatives-only portfolio. She later served in a senior executive role at AllianceBernstein.
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