The yield curve plots the relationship between U.S. bond yields and their maturities, and typically slopes upward: the longer you…Read the full article >
Eric Lim is a quantitative analyst for Marquette and has four years of investment experience. He joined the firm in 2017 and is responsible for running asset allocation studies, as well as developing macroeconomic and capital markets research.
Prior to joining Marquette, Eric was a research assistant at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Previously, he worked as a trading systems support analyst at BMO Capital Markets and a quantitative analyst at Tuscan Ridge Asset Management. Prior to working in the investment industry, Eric was a Linux product engineer at AMD and a performance analyst at NVIDIA.
Eric holds a Bachelors of Applied Science in system design engineering from University of Waterloo and a M.S. in financial mathematics from the University of Chicago.