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Joseph Chan

Operations Manager

Joseph joined Seabury in January 2006 as our Los Angeles Office Manager, responsible for the administration of assets under management, including  trade receivables and life settlement portfolios. Joseph is an experienced operation executive. Prior to joining Seabury, Joseph was Chief Operation Officer of Cels Enterprises Inc., an international OEM shoe manufacturer whose business is private labels and licenses to clients such as Wal-Mart, Sears, Nine West, Ross, Nordstrom & Macy’s.

Mike Bundy

Chief Technology Officer, Seabury Asset Management

Mike  Bundy  is Chief  Technology  Officer  for Seabury Asset Management.  Mr.  Bundy  joined FXOne in 2014 as CTO &  Chief  Architect and leads  efforts  associated  with  securing  the  company’stop  spot  as  the  global  provider  of  a  proven,  scalable,  e-­FX  platform  leveraging  a  system  architecture  deployed  by  some  of  the  largest  exchanges  and  most  successful  high  frequency  trading  organizations  worldwide.  Mke has more than 25 years of industry experience, having held executive positions at Chi-X Global, Chi-X Europe, and Instinet as well as senior management roles with E*Trade Financial.  Mr.  Bundy  has  been  recognized  as  one  of  Wall  Street’s  most  influential  CIOs  and  was  included  in  the  Wall  Street  and  Technology’s  Gold  Book  2006.  He  holds  a  number  of  U.S.  patents pertaining  to  high ­performance,  low-­latency  trading  technology

Raymond Camarda

Director, Seabury PFRA

Mr. Camarda joined SMPFRA upon its formation in 2017 as Director, Advisory.  Mr. Camarda brings 40+ years of maritime expertise in leadership roles spanning business planning, finance, operations, economic & trade analysis, and advisory.

Prior to his affiliation with SPFRA, he was a Principal, Business Planning at PFRA.  He has also worked for several ocean carriers as Director, Strategic Planning; GM, Operations; Manager, Chartering; and Manager, Competitive Analysis and Marketing.

Mr. Camarda holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) from the United States Merchant Marine Academy (Kings Point), and a M.B.A., in Finance from Seton Hall University.  He is a member of the International Assoc. of Maritime Economists.

Mr. Camarda has gained formal industry recognition for his leadership, teaching, and problem-solving abilities as a recipient of CSX Corporation’s Masters Award.