In a class with an extraordinary number of talented young men and women involved in international finance, Tim Seymour stands out. After graduation from Georgetown University and an MBA in international finance from Fordham University, Seymour moved to Moscow in 1998 where he founded Troika Dialog USA. At the time he left that company, it was the largest Russian brokerage operating in the United States in a number of areas.
Convinced that emerging and developing economies will continue to outpace the growth of developing economies, Seymour continued to operate successfully in the financial world, first as a Managing Partner of Red Star Asset Management, and most recently as the founder of Seygem Asset Management.
Seymour also contributes his wit and understanding to CNBC.