Rishi Ganti founded Orthogon Partners, a private investment fund focused solely on esoteric assets.
Over the last decade, Dr. Ganti in his various investment roles has deployed in excess of $1 billion in investments worldwide without loss of principal. Before Orthogon, he was the pioneer investor selected by Two Sigma Investments, LLC, formally starting a group dedicated to investing proprietary capital in private investments on behalf of the firm’s principals.
Dr. Ganti received his Ph.D., A.M., and J.D. cum laude from Harvard University and his B.A. summa cum laude from Emory University. He is a licensed CPA, a licensed attorney with the New York State bar, a CFA® charterholder, an Enrolled Agent with the Internal Revenue Service, a CFP® certificant, a certified FRM®, and has professional command of six languages. He resides in New York City.
Description of assets well beyond "niche"; assets which are non-bid, non-flow, non-market, non-auctioned, and non-brokered. Orthogon is the only investment manager specialized in esoterics.
An "insider's view" on mistakes investors make in manager diligence. This speech has been given nearly ten times to appreciative audiences. Minimum 60 minutes; ideal as a lunch talk.
Given at two different CFA events, this talk shows that lessons learned as an undergraduate can lead one to very different practices and behaviors than we see in finance professionals. Designed to be series of provocative surprises. 30 minutes.
- Bloomberg Television
- Ernst & Young
- CFA (US & Europe)