Our History

Our History
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Macrosynergy embodies three decades of experience analyzing, processing, and investing with macroeconomic data.

Over the last three years we have re-developed a technology that systematically transforms macroeconomic data across developed and emerging markets into macro systematic quantamental investment strategies. We first started this effort in 2005, when Robert Enserro and Ralph Sueppel worked with Nikos Makris and Gavin Moule at BlueCrest Capital.

In August 2009 Robert and Nikos created Macrosynergy.

In January 2010 Macrosynergy launched its first investment fund, the Macrosynergy Trading Fund, a global macro fund that grew to peak assets under management of $950 million. In November 2010, Gavin joined Macrosynergy, and Ralph joined UBS. Nikos and Gavin co-managed the Macrosynergy Trading Fund throughout its ten-year history and served as the firm’s co-chief investment officers. In addition to the Trading Fund, Macrosynergy launched three other investment funds.

Lasse Simonsen joined Macrosynergy in 2016 to develop econometric models, quantitative risk management tools and statistical trading models.

Ralph re-united with Robert, Nikos and Gavin in January 2018, at which point the firm channelled resources to re-develop the quantamental effort started in 2005. From mid-2018 Gavin and Nikos successfully incorporated the quantamental investment strategies and related trading signals into the Trading Fund. In January 2020, after ten years managing the Trading Fund, Nikos and Gavin stepped-down from their roles as Macrosynergy’ s CIOs. We returned capital from the Trading Fund to investors.

In June 2020 Macrosynergy formed a partnership with a global financial institution to scale the quantamental system (the Quantamental Partnership) and to popularize tradable economics across financial markets.

Today Ralph and Lasse lead Macrosynergy’s quantamental research and development effort, while Robert remains responsible for the company’s strategic business development and operations.