#GenerationTrader: Applying Computer Science to the art of bond trading

The chance to apply mathematics can be a real attraction for a potential trader, but Kelsie Palumbo of T. Rowe Price also found that taking counterintuitive roles can be useful. By bringing diverse thinking to problem solving, moving into programming without a coding background allowed her to bring fresh eyes to the challenge.

Kelsie tells us how a systematic approach to trading can be useful in fixed income markets, a model supported by her background in maths and computer science, but also emphasises that relationships are key, and there is a real need for diverse backgrounds and perspectives in building these.

Published on May 5, 2022

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