Jeremy Josse has spent the last twenty-plus years of his career working as an executive in some of the world's leading financial institutions, including Schroders, Citigroup, KPMG and N M Rothschild. He has specialized in complex restructurings and corporate finance issues in the banking and financial institutions sectors. He has worked with banks, corporations and Governments throughout the U.S. and Europe. He studied philosophy and economics as an undergraduate at both Trinity College, Oxford University and as a graduate at London University. He also qualified as a banking attorney. He is the author of the Wiley published book Dinosaur Derivatives and Other Trades and has published numerous other articles on a wide range of financial subjects including the credit crisis, bank restructurings and financial engineering. Josse is a visiting researcher in finance at Sy Syms business school in New York. He lives with his wife, Muriel, and three kids in New York City.
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