Tim Seymour

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Tim Seymour
Occupation

Founder and Managing Partner

CNBC Emerging Markets Contributor
EmergingMoney.com Founder
Notable credit(s) "Fast Money" panelist
Website
http://www.emergingmoney.com/

Timothy J. "Tim" Seymour is a hedge fund manager, TV personality, and entrepreneur. Seymour was the founder and managing partner of Triogem Asset Management, an investment manager/advisory firm that managed hedge funds and individual managed accounts. Tim's investment career has focused on global and "Emerging Markets". Seymour is also the founder of EmergingMoney.com, a media site dedicated to highlighting investment trends, ideas and opportunities for EM investing. Tim has been a core regular trader on CNBC's "Fast Money" program since 2007 and was the host of CNBC’s "Trading the Globe". Prior to signing with CNBC, Tim appeared on Bloomberg TV and CNN regularly from 2002-2007.

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Tim was born on May 6, 1966 as the son of Michael and Marilyn Seymour of Scarsdale, New York. Tim grew up with four siblings and attended Scarsdale High school before heading off to Georgetown University in the fall of 1984. Tim graduated from Georgetown with a BSBA from Georgetown McDonough School of Business. Post-graduation Tim pursued a career in restaurant/clubs, managing and owning venues in New York City and the Hamptons. Tim graduated with an MBA in International Finance from the Fordham Graduate School of Business in 1994 and then was hired into the training program in capital markets at Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS). Tim spent three years at UBS focused on international fixed income and credit before moving to Moscow in the summer of 1998 to work for Russian investment bank, Troika Dialog. Tim lived in Moscow for two years before moving back to the US to launch Troika's US investment bank/broker dealer. Tim left Troika in 2004 to launch his first hedge fund company, Red Star Asset Management. Tim left Red Star in July 2007 to launch Triogem Asset Management, which subsequently closed in 2013.

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