Amol Ashok Sahasrabudhe

Chief Risk Officer in Scotch Plains, New Jersey

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Amol Ashok Sahasrabudhe is a renowned specialist in investment risk management and portfolio construction, boasting over 22 years of experience in the industry. Before his stint at AllianceBernstein's (AB) SBU, he was Chief Risk Officer at Visium Asset Management, where he helped develop and grow equity funds into multi-billion dollar assets. He also developed a protocol around risk management that was implemented on portfolios while optimizing business operations. Sahasrabudhe has assisted top-tier firms like Goldman Sachs, Sandell Asset Management, Caxton Associates, and Hapoalim Securities USA with their financial strategies. This includes creating strategies to achieve growth objectives and helping portfolio managers succeed. His accomplishments include but are not limited to increasing alpha waves and measuring alpha decay when constructing portfolios while taking market, credit operational and liquidity risks into account.

Sahasrabudhe holds multiple degrees and certifications perfectly tailored to the finance sector, and his extensive experience in the field has only strengthened. He is certified as a Financial Risk Manager (FRM) and an Energy Risk Professional (ERP) through the Global Association of Risk Professionals. Plus, he holds Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Certificate in Quantitative Finance (CQF), BE in Mechanical Engineering from Maharaja Sayajirao University India, Master of Science degree in Computer Science from New Jersey Institute of Technology, MBA from New York University Stern School of Business which all demonstrates his solid knowledge base in finances. In addition to all his credentials and career history, Sahasrabudhe also makes time to help those less privileged by participating in the Women's Education Project Leadership Academy, which allows young Indian women to succeed professionally whilst becoming role models within their respective communities.

  • Education
    • NYU Stern School of Business
    • New Jersey Institute of Technology