McKay Brothers has assembled a team with extensive qualifications to build the lowest latency network.
Together, team members have a combined experience of roughly:
- a decade of research in Physics (at Harvard and MIT)
- three decades of experience in Derivatives Research & Trading
- a dozen years in High Frequency Trading
- two decades in wireless network implementation, including 4 year in USMC combat communications
- six decades of business building and management
The McKay approach combines an intimate knowledge of the needs of low latency trading with a deep understanding of the physics of wireless communication.
Bob Meade, co-founder
Bob received a PhD in Theoretical Physics from Harvard University. He continued physics research at MIT, where he studied the propagation of microwaves. He then moved to the derivative research group at JPMorgan and transitioned to quant-trading Fleet Bank’s Robertson Stephens investment bank. From 2004 to 2010 he ran a High Frequency Trading group at Ronin Capital. Read more at www.linkedin.com.
Stéphane Tyč, co-founder
Stéphane received a PhD in Physics from Harvard University. He continued physics research at Thales where he earned multiple patents on power transistors for microwave radios and superconducting logic devices. Post Thales he began a 17-year career at BNP Paribas where he was Managing Director, Equity Derivative Quantitative Research and Development, Global Business Management, and Post Trade Services. He also served on the DTCC Warehouse Trust Company Board of Directors for two years. Read more at www.linkedin.com.
Jim was introduced to combat communications implementation during his five years with the US Marine Corps. After completing his MBA at the University of Dallas, he embarked upon a career of large- and small-scale
microwave network engineering, deployment and operations.
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