My approach to teaching is smooth and with precision, I help students realise their true potential in mathematics and help them actually enjoy and develop a passion for the art of mathematics rather than the students thinking mathematics it is just another subject that they study in school. I make sure my students progress and improve so they are the best in their class. I break down the problems they struggle with into steps and set them achievable goals so they can tackle the problems accordingly since mathematics is similar to puzzle solving.
I am a investment analyst, entrepreneur and mathematics tutor.
I have been teaching mathematics in excess of 4 years and have progressed over 20+ students from a below average grade to a higher grade and unlocking their full potential. My students who were predicted D's achieved B's and those who were predicted C's ended up being awarded an A.
A-level - £35
GCSE - £30
Key Stage 3 and below - £25
Investment Analyst, KPMG
(September 2016 – Present)
• Consulting clients with AUM that ranges from £150m to £3bn
• Carrying out investment strategy reviews and advising the client to use LDI and synthetic equity to meet their objective
• Drafting reports and training packs such as a paper explaining the benefits of credit default swaps
• Ensuring clients are aware of critical deadlines such as EMIR margin requirements for uncleared OTC derivatives
• Conducting asset and derivative stress tests on various client portfolios for the Pension Protection Fund
• Analysing a portfolios VAR through various software packages such as Fusion and SOFIA
• Writing research notes on various different equity funds and reviewing investment materials
• Writing the monthly credit update and quarterly private equity updates
• Researching the relative attractiveness of different asset classes such as reviewing the investment case for direct lending
• Working on technical projects such as analysing large data sets of various equity indexes
• Building efficiency frontiers via Excel and statistical packages such as R
• Attending manager meetings and questioning their investment methods and philosophy
• Progressing the manager search process from start to finish conducting tasks such as:
o Carrying out quantitative analysis using eVestment, looking for ideal AUM and the location of where the manager is invested;
o Sending out requests for information to potential managers for fund materials and performance data;
o Discussing potential managers within the internal team and deciding whether to meet a manager in person;
o Carrying out two stage due diligence on chosen managers, discussing risk guidelines and the investment process;
o Deciding within the internal research team whether to green rate a manager;
o Constructing manager profiles, summarising key facts and then beginning to recommend the fund to clients.
(February 2014 – Present)
• Developing excellent relationships with students and parents
• Evaluate students to measure skill and progression through the use of past examinations and questions
• Identifying areas where students can improve upon and helping them transition from a predicted B grade to an A
• Identifying a students strengths and weaknesses and focusing on their weaknesses in order to help them improve in this area
• Communicating in a clear and effective manner by speaking coherently and breaking the problem down into small chunks
• Helping build the students confidence with problem solving by testing their ability to solve a problem on their own
• Setting homework to give the student sufficient practice and helping students prepare for exams
• Providing feedback to the parents on their child’s progress whilst also requesting feedback from themselves
(July 2015 – July 2016)
• Investing my own capital and trading on the FTSE100 index
• Identifying good potential investments
• Researching companies and keeping up to date with business news
• Trading a range of different securities to ensure a diversified portfolio
• Hedging risk through the use of limit orders
• Predicting a stocks movement through the use of moving averages and trend analysis
• Analysing a companies EPS, P/E ratio and dividend yield before making a trade
• Using indicators such as Bollinger Bands to assess a stocks volatility
Advanced Microsoft Excel
Analysis using R
Transitions Business Analysis Equity Research
Project Management Presenting MIFID
Modelling Portfolio Construction Due Diligence Data Analysis Document Reviews EMIR
University College London – MSc Statistics
(September 2015 – September 2017)
Dissertation – Economic Effects of Low Interest Rates Experiments By Global Central Banks
University of Nottingham - BSc Honours Mathematics with Statistics (2.1)
(September 2012 – July 2015)
Notable Modules – Probability Models & Methods, Statistical Models & Methods, Introduction to Numerical Methods, Statistical Inference, Topics in Statistics, Financial Accounting
Kingsbury High School Sixth Form - A-levels: Mathematics (A*), Economics (A), Accounting (B) (September 2010 – August 2012)
Kingsbury High School - 11 GCSEs, grade A*- C including Mathematics and English
(September 2005 – August 2010)
References are available on request.
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