Jonathan Eliot - Independent


Jonathan Eliot is Chief Risk Officer of Man Group, a position he has held since January 2011, with overall responsibility for both corporate and fund risk management.

He was at JP Morgan for 14 years, as a trader and marketer in the Global Swap Group while based in London, Tokyo and Singapore. He was Head of Interest Rate Options and Exotics trading in Tokyo, before being appointed Head of Corporate Risk Management for Asia.

Subsequently, Jonathan held senior market risk roles at Deutsche Bank, as head of G10 Interest Rate Risk, and later as head of Non Traded Market Risk; and then at Barclays Bank, as Group Head of Market Risk. He also spent two years with Integrated Finance Limited, a corporate finance and advisory boutique founded by P. Hancock, R. Mendoza and Professor R. Merton, setting up their London operation.

He has an MA (First Class Hons.) in Mathematics, and Management, from Queens' College, Cambridge University.