I am excited to start this new position, and look forward to making a significant contribution to the rapidly growing company
BOSTON (PRWEB) February 28, 2020
Charles Bovaird recently became a Partner and Vice President of Economics in Quantum Economics, an Israel-based startup that offers services including Advisory, Analysis and Money Management.
Bovaird is a Senior Contributor for Forbes, an Independent Consultant for Moody’s Analytics and Founder & President of industry group Financial Writers Society.
In his new role, Charles will be responsible for ensuring that Quantum Economics delivers top-quality content such as newsletters, white papers, research reports and blog posts to its clients.
“I am excited to start this new position, and look forward to making a significant contribution to the rapidly growing company,” said Bovaird.
Previously, Bovaird developed a strong reputation as a writer and editor, having published hundreds of articles for Forbes, Investopedia and Coindesk on topics like investments, the global asset markets, digital currencies and blockchain.
In addition, he has spoken at industry events across the world and has delivered speeches on financial literacy for Mensa and Boston Rotaract.
For media inquiries, or to inquire about custom market analysis content, please contact info[at]quantumeconomics[dot]io.
About Quantum Economics
Quantum Economics is a startup financial services firm that offers Financial Market Analysis, Strategic Advisory Services, Money Management, a Crypto Trading Masterclass and a Daily Newsletter.
The company, which is mentioned an average of 100 times per month in the media, was founded by Mati Greenspan, a former eToro senior analyst with a long history of investing. Having been involved in financial markets his entire life and paper-trading from the age of 13, he is the co-author of the book The Complete Guide to Fintech and Investing and is a licensed portfolio manager in the European Union.
Greenspan has been widely quoted in major publications like Forbes, Bloomberg, CNBC, Thomson Reuters and the Wall Street Journal.