Terrence M. Belton, PhD, Joins Hanweck’s Board of Directors

NEW YORK, March 27, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hanweck, a leading provider of real-time risk analytics on global derivatives markets, today announced that Terrence M. Belton, Managing Director and Head of Global Portfolio Strategy for the Chief Investment Office at JPMorgan Chase, has joined its Board of Directors. A distinguished economist, Dr. Belton in his current role oversees interest rate risk management for JPMorgan Chase as well as strategy around the firm’s investment portfolio. 

Commenting on the appointment, Gerald A. Hanweck Jr., PhD, Founder and CEO of Hanweck, “Terry Belton has long been recognized as a thought leader in the area of portfolio risk management and analysis. As Hanweck expands our product suite to focus on solutions that go beyond instrument-level analytics and include comprehensive derivatives scenario analysis and portfolio stress testing, his insights and contributions to our Board will be extremely valuable.”

Dr. Belton added, “I’m honored to join Hanweck’s Board of Directors and look forward to working with the team at an exciting time for the company.”

Prior to assuming his current role, Dr. Belton was head of Global Fixed Income and FX Research at JPMorgan, and an Economist at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington D.C. 

He is currently a member of the Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee and the NY Fed Financial Advisory Roundtable.  He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Chicago where he has taught in the Graduate School of Business since 1995. Dr. Belton is co-author of several books, including The Treasury Bond Basis and Eurodollar Futures and Options; Controlling Money Market Risk.  Dr. Belton received a PhD in Economics from the University of Michigan and did his undergraduate studies at Boston College.

About Hanweck
Hanweck is the leading provider of real-time risk analytics on global derivatives markets focusing on the large-scale risk problems of banks, broker/dealers, hedge funds, central counterparties and exchanges -- where the number of instruments and positions number in the millions.  Hanweck delivers its risk analytics as a real-time service -- usually in the form of a data feed -- thereby dramatically simplifying integration with its customers' risk architecture. Hanweck's institutional investors include Nasdaq and Argentum, a New York-based private equity firm.  For more information, please visit www.hanweck.com or follow Hanweck on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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