Eleanor Creagh

Australian Market Strategist

About Eleanor Creagh

Eleanor Creagh joined Saxo Bank in 2018 and serves as the bank’s Australian Market Strategist, responsible for creating, implementing, and monitoring equity strategies and research for traders and investors, as well as developing quantitative models and customised mathematical frameworks for institutional clients.

Eleanor Creagh joined Saxo Bank in 2018, and will be working out of the Bank’s Australian hub in Sydney. In her role as Australia Market Strategist, she will be supporting Saxo’s expert Global Sales Trading team with trading ideas and financial market insights, while helping local traders and investors find signals amid market noise.

Before joining Saxo Bank, Eleanor held senior positions at JB Markets, Knowledgebank IQ, and Sapient Financial Solutions.

Eleanor holds a double major in Finance and Economics from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine
from the Royal Veterinary College, University College London.

 

Eleanor Creagh joined Saxo Bank in 2018 and serves as the bank’s Australian Market Strategist, responsible for creating, implementing, and monitoring equity strategies and research for traders and investors, as well as developing quantitative models and customised mathematical frameworks for institutional clients.

Eleanor Creagh joined Saxo Bank in 2018, and will be working out of the Bank’s Australian hub in Sydney. In her role as Australia Market Strategist, she will be supporting Saxo’s expert Global Sales Trading team with trading ideas and financial market insights, while helping local traders and investors find signals amid market noise.

Before joining Saxo Bank, Eleanor held senior positions at JB Markets, Knowledgebank IQ, and Sapient Financial Solutions.

Eleanor holds a double major in Finance and Economics from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine
from the Royal Veterinary College, University College London.

 

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