Net Interest is a weekly newsletter of insight and analysis from the world of finance. Enjoyed by over 78,000 people from around the world, it casts light on this important sector in an easy-to-read style.
Written by a former analyst and hedge fund manager, Net Interest distils 25+ years of experience in the financial sector into a weekly email. Each post explores a theme currently trending in the sector. And because there’s a financial company lurking inside almost every company, there’s always something to talk about.
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About the Author
Net Interest is written by me, Marc Rubinstein. I spent ten years as a partner of an award-winning hedge fund. Before that I was a top-rated analyst at an investment bank. When I’m not writing Net Interest, I consult with corporates and investment firms and I’m also an active angel investor in fintech. You can find out more about me via LinkedIn or Twitter.
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