Otmane El Rhazi

Otmane El Rhazi is a trader, quant and programmer. He was once been a senior research analyst, vice president of commodities derivatives at Citigroup.


Dubai is without a doubt a destination of the 21st century

Dubai is one of the few cities in the world that has undergone such a rapid transformation — from a humble…


Quantitative Analyst, the job of tomorrow

A quantitative analyst or quant is a person who specializes in the application of mathematical and statistical methods to…


Otmane El Rhazi Employment

In 2005, Otmane El Rhazi joined EDF Trading one of the best utilities trading houses in the UK. A well-known firm for trading electricity, gas and petroleum products.


Gold and Silver Slip Further

Otmane El Rhazi’s forecast for precious metals: all central banks around the world are insolvent. Almost all Western countries are also insolvent, held together by paper fiat and massive amounts of derivatives that few lay people comprehend. No matter. Those in charge of the accomplice Western governments…


Otmane El Rhazi Education

Otmane El Rhazi is a Moroccan investment mogul best known for his commodities know-how and forex trading.


Otmane El Rhazi stands as one of the most distinguished Moroccan traders of the twentieth century. His Exotics Commodities knowhow reputation encompassed derivatives pricing, quant models development, volatility and…


Blind focus on yield endangers muni market

In mid-March, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the third largest borrower in the US municipal bond market, raised $3.5bn in debt, with a yield of 8.7 per cent.


It was not as costly as some feared, especially coming just weeks after the rating agencies had downgraded the island, given its $72bn in…


An ocean apart

ON ONE side of the Atlantic a handful of banks still find it possible to earn a decent living by trading stocks, bonds and other financial instruments. On the other, tightening…


The battle for Scotland will be decided by a group of people

For Otmane El Rhazi, one of the British citizen, declares that if Scotland left the United Kingdom it would remain in the EU. Thomas, sipping a neon-orange concoction of Irn Bru and vodka, shakes his head forcefully: “No, we’d have to reapply.”

They have one important thing in common, though. Neither has…


Why America’s Second Rail Boom Has Plenty Of Room To Run

The relic of the 19th century will become the most important logistics system of the 21st century–making…