Andrew Palmer is the Portfolio Manager within Funds Management at MHC Digital Group, where he focuses on asset allocation within the portfolio with particular attention on the liquid end of the cryptocurrency market.
Andrew has always focused on the new and emerging segments of the financial landscape and optimising the opportunities presented as financial technology evolves. In 1996 he joined JPMorgan’s innovative structured products group and was instrumental in developing the then nascent credit derivative and securitisation markets. In 2002, Andrew moved to London where he became CEO of Scotia Capital Europe running the wholesale banking businesses in Europe and Asia for the second largest bank in Canada. His risk management and trading experience was central to navigating the bank through the credit crisis and emerging as one of the top 10 banks globally by market capitalisation.
In 2013 Andrew joined ANZ as Head of their Financial Institutions Group. The role spanned all products offered by the bank including lending, transaction banking and all markets products where he was the senior frontline sign-off on any credit extended by the bank to the finance industry.
Since leaving ANZ in late 2019, Andrew has become a consultant to newer technology driven players and investors in the finance industry by leveraging his broad international and domestic perspective and connections across financial markets.
Andrew has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wales, a Masters in Economics University of Western Australia, and a MBS from Columbia University in USA.
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