What I do?

I live a "Never Free - Never Busy" life.

Busy on weekdays, busier on weekends. Somehow, I always have more than enough things to do/read/write/travel/talk/listen/watch...

But at the same time, NEver busy because ...I am always available for interesting enough things and people! 😊 something like - I'm always busy, but never for you." depends on who that you is.

Anyways, Professionally - I work for a Wall Street firm. Risk, Quant, and Research are some keywords that define what I do.

In the past, I also worked as a visiting faculty teaching Finance to MBA students [hobby!] at Symbiosis, Pune. I also teach Machine Learning for Finance and Econometrics to masters' students at a couple of Business Schools in New York City (Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York, and Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University).

...at some point, I also worked on developing models for natural gas transportation in international markets, Bayesian models, organization modeling, pedestrian simulation, network flow problems, and things like that related mostly to maths, stats, and computer science. Most of it was during my two memorable trips to Switzerland and working with two Profs at IIM Bangalore. I also worked (volunteer) with a Microfinance firm for three months. and several other things...

... and I write. Lebanti Chah is my first book, most likely the reason you are reading this.

Abhishek Ojha