Vienna has held multiple academic positions as a statistician and programmer of mathematical models for the past 5 years. Vienna has been a programmer with Baruch College's graduate program in management and with its Stan Ross graduate program in accountancy.
Vienna has also taught computer programming at Bramson ORT College. She was accepted for a Department of Energy Fellowship in 2014 and was also awarded a C.V. Starr scholarship.
Vienna graduated with an MS degree in statistics from Baruch College in 2015 and a BS degree from Tulane University in 2011.
Jim Glanzer has more than 30 years of experience investing in, trading, selling, researching, and marketing securities. Jim has worked extensively with high yield bonds, leveraged loans, credit derivatives, stressed, distressed and bankrupt securities, equities, and private placements. His fundamental research reports have been published on Bloomberg news.
Jim began his career as a bond trader with Lehman Brothers and then worked as a banker with Merrill Lynch. He subsequently founded, operated and sold a boutique brokerage firm which specialized in trading high yield bonds. More recently, Jim has held senior positions in the high yield groups of KeyBanc, RBC, and BNP Paribas.
Jim graduated with an AB degree from Stanford University in 1982 and an MBA degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Business in 1986.