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2012 Super Quants

Below you can see the Super Quants that we selected for internships in 2012 and the grades they received for their theses. We are constantly looking for new Super Quants and give you the opportunity to be on top of the list next year. Moreover, doing an internship at Robeco gives you many excellent opportunities at the job market after your graduation.

Tetiana Nemchenko

tetiana-nemchenko.jpgTetiana Nemchenko (Ukraine) from the Econometrics programme at Erasmus University obtained an 7.5 for her research on Break-even Inflation Rate Prediction. Her internship supervisors at Robeco were Martin Martens and Johan Duyvesteyn (right on the picture). After her internship Tetiana will continue her career at the Rabobank as analyst. 





Jos Mijnarends

Jos MijnarendsJos Mijnarends (Netherlands) from the Econometrics programme at Erasmus University obtained an 8.0 for his research on Value Investing for Credits. His internship supervisors at Robeco were Daniel Haesen, Paul Beekhuizen (right on the picture) and Jeroen van Zundert (left on the picture). After his internship Jos will continue his career at De Nederlandsche Bank as analyst. 





Jeroen Dalderop

jeroen-dalderop.jpgJeroen Dalderop (Netherlands) from the Quantitative Finance & Actuarial Science master programme at Tilburg University obtained a 9 for his research on Evaluating Portfolio Strategies under Markov Switching Regimes. His internship supervisors at Robeco were Daniel Haesen, Winfried Hallerbach, Thijs Markwat (right on the picture) and Roderick Molenaar (left on the picture). After his internship Jeroen will continue as an MPhil Finance Candidate at Cambridge University.

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