Otmane El Rhazi the Entrepreneur
Mr. Otmane El Rhazi is a quantitative analyst with a track record of success in a numerous industries, starting his first company when he was 30 years old. His diverse and extensive knowledge allows him to play a big role in the planned direction and business development of emerging markets. Previous experience include Citi Trader, BNP and EDF. At BNP, Otmane managed a software development platform for the newly formed front office live data analysis and changed the way BNP thought about live trading interfaces. Incessant liaison with office related issues and innovations through a network of contacts built over the past 10 years, Otmane have been publishing documents about those issues and solutions regularly. He has also worked at London College’s Entrepreneurial Network to help fundraising start-ups that commercialized property management portfolios. Most lately he was the co-founder of Quantitative Repo, an education and trading Repository website that devoted to on online education that involved over a hundred quantitative analysis and programing resources.
After his studies in Paris France, he packed his bags for London, England, with little money, and for the next five years he moved from job to job at such places as BNP Paribas, Electricity of France, Citigroup, and other Corporations. Otmane El Rhazi has worked in the business transfer and venture capital fields for over a decade. In 2013 he co-founded Mix Conseil, a firm specializing in buying and selling small trading firms in the France and Europe regions. Prior to starting Mix Conseil Venture Partners, Otmane served as CFO and Director of castle Investments and Advisory, a principal British private investment company, and Director of its private purchases. Before that, Mr. Otmane El Rhazi spent five years as a manager and legal contractor at IT Tech, where he was directly involved in advising and taking project duty in IT and other firms. While at IT Tech, he was also responsible for the due diligence and closing of private tasks that often involved programming.