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David Sobotka YC '78 Lunch Talk

March 24, 2020, 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. EDT

Please join us on Tuesday, March 24th for a lunch talk by David Sobotka YC ‘78.  David is a Principal at Go Yard, LLC.

David Sobotka will speak about his career and industry in which he will provide the insight of the practitioner about how markets function, how policy flows through to the real economy and about the recent history of markets. He will end the talk with a Q&A session with the audience.

Lunch will be served beginning at 11:30am outside classroom 2200.  Please arrive on time so that the talk can begin promptly at 11:45am.

Register to attend.  Open to the Yale community.

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Speakers

David Sobotka

David Sobotka

Principal at Go Yard, LLC

David Sobotka has enjoyed a 40+ year career in finance. His most recent role was as a partner in the $18 billion hedge fund Capula Investments in charge of macro and credit trading. Previously, David was head of Fixed Income, Currencies and...

David Sobotka has enjoyed a 40+ year career in finance. His most recent role was as a partner in the $18 billion hedge fund Capula Investments in charge of macro and credit trading. Previously, David was head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, responsible for a global trading operation across the credit, emerging market, interest rate, municipal bond, foreign currency, distressed debt and energy and metal commodities asset classes serving institutional, hedge fund and official sector clients. Previously, David ran commodity trading operations at a number of financial and private firms. He began his career after graduating from Yale with a degree in economics as an analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. At Yale, David is involved on advisory boards at the School of the Environment and the Jackson Institute. At home in New York City, he serves on the board of DREAM, an organization serving the youth of East Harlem, the South Bronx and Newark through charter schools and out-of-school programming.

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