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Philippe Casey

Contributor since: 14 May 2013

Philippe Casey

Philippe Casey is a bilingual graduate (English and French) of Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business where he double-majored in Finance and International Business. He has been trading listed options for two years and equities for five years.

He is currently pursuing postgraduate studies at HEC School of Management in Paris where he will receive a MSc in International Business and a certificate in Energy & Finance with Deloitte and Société Générale. In 2010, he interned at Merrill Lynch for nine months in investment research.

Philippe also attended the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's inaugural "School of Managed Futures" in Manhattan and holds a FINRA Series 3 (National Commodity Futures) license. He is a CFA Level 1 Candidate and will sit for the exam in June 2013.

Latest articles from Philippe

  • Embattled Brent – Analyzing Threats to the Benchmark’s Viability

    Published 07 May 2014 | viewed 7,919 times

    Uneasy is the head that wears the crown. This phrase – famously penned by William Shakespeare for the play Henry IV – is surprisingly relevant…

  • Shale by Rail: A Lasting Phenomenon

    Published 26 August 2013 | viewed 7,809 times

    Little over a century after the world-famous Spindletop gusher blackened the skies over Beaumont, Texas and ushered in an era of United States oil dominance,…

  • The Shifting Dynamics of the WTI-Brent Spread

    Published 19 June 2013 | viewed 10,884 times

    At first glance, Cushing, Oklahoma and SullumVoe, Scotland appear to have nothing in common. The landlocked town of Cushing – perpetually bathed by bright sunshine…

  • Total’s Bright Future: Opportunities Abound

    Published 20 May 2013 | viewed 5,062 times

    Despite the fact that the European economy continues to struggle, international oil companies (IOCs) headquartered in the region (like Total) will stand to benefit immensely…

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