From Corporate Red Tape to Liberated Entrepreneur – Ralf Roth, Quantitative Brokers

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

“Growth … really comes from change. So if you look at when I was in the fixed income business and people were using HP calculators to interpolate their yields – if we’d stuck with that, it would not have driven us forward.”  

Ralf Roth, CEO of Quantitative Brokers, has seen colleagues try to meticulously plan for their future or that of their children only to realize that nothing can go exactly as planned. In this video from MarketsWiki Education’s New York event, Roth talks about how he inadvertently ended up meeting his goal of working for a bank, the location of the “i” in team, and the positive side of change.

 

Produced by Mike Forrester  

 

 

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