2013 Super Quants

Below you can see the Super Quants that we selected for internships in 2013 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.

Georgi Kyosev

georgi-kyosev-168x164 px.jpgGeorgi Kyosev (Bulgaria) from the Finance and Investments programme at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University obtained a 9.5 for his research on Quality: above and beyond size, value and momentum. His internship supervisors at Robeco were Simon Lansdorp (right on the picture) and Joop Huij (left on the picture). After his internship Georgi started as a researcher at Robeco Quantitative Strategies.

Jakub Hajda

jakub-hajda-168x164 px.jpgJakub Hajda (Poland) from the Quantitative Finance & Actuarial Science master programme at Tilburg University obtained a 9.0 for his research on Liquidity risk in corporate bond returns. His internship supervisors at Robeco were Patrick Houweling, Paul Beekhuizen (right on the picture) and Jeroen van Zundert. He continued his career as a PhD candidate at the Swiss Finance Institute.

Bastiaan van Eerden

bastiaan-van-eerden-168x164 px.jpgBastiaan van Eerden (Netherlands) from the Econometrics programme at University of Amsterdam obtained an 8.0 for his research on Conservative Government Bonds. He was supervised at Robeco by Martin Martens (right on the picture).

Maarten Meeuwis

maarten-meeuwis-168x164px.jpgMaarten Meeuwis (Netherlands) from the Quantitative Finance & Actuarial Science master programme at Tilburg University obtained a 9.5 for his research on The Impact of Stochastic Interest Rates in a Defined Contribution Pension Scheme. His internship supervisors at Robeco were Thijs Markwat, Paul Beekhuizen (left on the picture) and Roderick Molenaar (right on picture). After his internship Maarten will continue as an MPhil Finance Candidate at Cambridge University.

Jeroen Moonen

jeroen-moonen-168x164px.jpgJeroen Moonen (Netherlands) from the Quantitative Finance & Actuarial Science master programme at Tilburg University obtained an 8 for his research on carry. His internship supervisors at Robeco were Martin Martens and Shengsheng Zhang (right on the picture). After his internship Jeroen will continue as an MPhil Finance Candidate at Cambridge University.

Johan du Plessis

johan-du-plessis-168x164px.jpgJohan du Plessis (South Africa) from the Institute for Mathematics of the University of Amsterdam obtained a 9 for his research on Demystifying momentum. His internship supervisor at Robeco was Winfried Hallerbach (right on the picture). After his internship Johan continued his career as Junior Quantitative Analyst at Old Mutual.

Joey Vonk

joey-vonk-168x164 px.jpgJoey Vonk (Netherlands) from the Econometrics programme at Erasmus University obtained an 8.5 for his research on tactical asset allocation. His internship supervisor at Robeco was Daniel Haesen (right on the picture). After his internship Joey started as a derivatives trader at Optiver.