Matthew Granade plays three critical roles at Point72 Asset Management reflecting his expertise in finance, advanced analytics, and technology:
- He oversees the firm's efforts to develop unique information assets for its investors as Point72's chief market intelligence officer
- He directs the firm's central portfolio, which collects stock ideas from a broad array of sources and systematically monetizes them
- He manages Point72 Ventures, which funds early-stage companies in financial technology, enterprise automation, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity as the fund's managing partner
Before joining Point72 in 2015, Granade co-founded Domino Data Lab, a data science platform that model-driven firms use to accelerate research, increase collaboration, and deliver high-impact models. Granade currently serves on its board of directors.
Earlier in his career, Granade served as co-head of research for Bridgewater Associates, where he built and led teams that developed insights on the global economy, created new algorithmic systems for capturing alpha, and published Bridgewater's market commentary, Daily Observations.
He serves on the boards of directors of several private companies, including Say, Inc. and Quantopian, Inc.
Granade earned his A.B. from Harvard College, where he was president of The Harvard Crimson, and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, where he was a George F. Baker Scholar.