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Matthew Killeya

Dr Matthew Killeya is co-CIO at Cantab, which became part of GAM Systematic in October 2016.

Dr Killeya works closely with Dr Ewan Kirk, co-CIO and founding partner of Cantab Capital Partners. Together they take overall responsibility for the investment and research process across the full suite of Cantab’s Products, setting the research agenda and directing Cantab’s team of talented researchers. Matt Killeya has spent over fourteen years in the industry implementing and managing systematic strategy research and was previously a senior managing researcher at Winton Capital Management. Matt Killeya holds a PhD in Bayesian statistics and a first class Master of Mathematics degree from Durham University. Dr Killeya is also the primary conduit into the Cantab Capital Institute in the mathematics of information. He is based in Cambridge.

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