What goes on at the whiteboards in the basement project rooms of America's financial institutions is ringed with confidentiality agreements and client privilege. Here's the part we can tell you.
Jason is an Annapolis-trained systems engineer with a talent for software development and a deeply mathematical streak. After over a decade writing quantitative analysis software in and around finance, Jason founded HotQuant to focus on the design and implementation of security mastering and data integrity systems using Markit's Enterprise Data Management platform and related technologies.
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