Tim Seymour

CIO@Seymour Asset Management (SAM)

Tim is founder and Chief Investment Officer of Seymour Asset Management (SAM).  SAM provides both asset management and wealth management services for its clients, which also includes direct investment and allocation to private equity and alternative asset classes.  Tim has over 22 years of investment experience as a portfolio manager, allocator, and capital markets professional across multiple asset classes, with an emphasis on global and emerging markets.  Tim remains a recognized voice within the investment community having spent over a decade as a trader and strategist on CNBC television.  

Prior to SAM, Tim was the CIO and co-founder of Triogem Asset Management where the firm’s flagship fund was a long short global EM strategy. Triogem’s investment approach was rooted in running a low volatility portfolio that managed top down risks while employing a rigorous research process to bottom up stock picking.  

Prior to Triogem, Tim co-founded and was a Managing Partner at Red Star Asset Management (Moscow, New York), where the core strategy was a low volatility, multi-strat fund investing across Russia/CIS.  

Prior to launching Red Star, Tim was a Partner and Managing Director at Troika Dialog, Russia’s largest investment bank in Moscow.  At Troika Tim served in various roles including running fixed income sales and trading and launching the firm’s US broker/dealer and overseeing all US capital markets activity.   

Tim started his career at UBS in New York, focusing on international macro (cash bonds, swaps, forex).  Tim completed the firm’s capital markets training program after graduating with an MBA in International Finance from Fordham University.  Tim received his undergraduate degree at Georgetown University.

Tim serves as an Advisory Board Member for The Georgetown Wall Street Alliance, InfraCap ETFs, TradingGene, and Tikun Olam USA.

Tim lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

Follow Tim on Twitter @timseymour  

Contact Tim at www.seymouram.com