About the Foundation

Our sponsors

The Foundation has been supported by a number of major financial institutions throughout its life. True Partner Capital is supporting the Foundation in achieving its goals by donating staff, expertise and other resources.

About True Partner Capital

True Partner Capital is a team of former market makers and IT specialists that have been working together for more than 15 years.

Their combined expertise on trading, execution and risk management as well as the proprietary trading technology, allows the team to identify and capitalize on trading opportunities.

By actively trading listed derivatives, with round-the-clock coverage of all major global financial markets, True Partner Capital strives to generate uncorrelated returns for its clients and investors, with an emphasis on outperformance in times of market turmoil.

As such, the company strongly believes volatility should be treated as a separate asset class, allowing for improved risk/reward characteristics of investment portfolios.


Cross-industry collaboration

Working with both major universities across the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Taiwan and a range of financial derivatives companies reflects the Foundation's aim to expand the use and awareness of derivatives.

In particular, over the years, we have had support from the major Dutch banks and financial institutions for our annual symposium, which brings together international and Dutch expertise to discuss topical derivatives issues.  Past sponsors of the event have included ING, ABN-AMRO, Fortis Clearing & Settlement (now ABN-AMRO Clearing), KBC Clearing, NYSE Liffe and NYSE Euronext Amsterdam.

From academia, we work closely with the University of Amsterdam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the National Taiwan University, the FElab at the University of Twente and the University of Groningen.

 

 

 

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