Anshuman Jaswal, PhD
Anshuman Jaswal, PhD
Anshuman Jaswal is a Senior Analyst in Celent’s Securities & Investments group and is based in the New York office. He has written more than 80 reports on a variety of topics in the capital markets including derivatives, electronic trading, market infrastructure and regulation, and commodity markets. Some of the recent projects that Dr. Jaswal has worked on include advising a client on its product serving the global securities messaging industry, conducting a study of post-trade processing in Europe and Asia, devising an entry strategy for a global firm interesting in serving the leading Asian capital markets, advising a leading IT vendor serving the client onboarding industry in US and Europe, and conducting due diligence of a treasury management system for a leading global post-trade processing firm.
Dr. Jaswal has been quoted regularly in the media, including the Financial Times, Reuters, Bloomberg, Forbes, BusinessWeek, International Herald Tribune, Wall Street Letter, Economic Times, Business Standard, The Hindu Business Line, Financial Express, The Trade News, MarketsMedia, Advanced Trading, Securities Industry News, and Hedgeweek.
Before joining Celent, Dr. Jaswal had varied work experience in corporate banking, market research and consulting, life insurance and wealth management, pension plan management, and transfer pricing. He has also been a founding partner in an education-based business.
Dr. Jaswal has recently completed a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree from the University of London. He is a Fellow in Management (equivalent of a PhD) with a specialization in Economics from India’s premier B-school, IIM Ahmedabad. Earlier, he was awarded a B.Sc. Economics (Honours) degree by School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, with a specialization in the Economics of Japan, China, and India, followed by an MBA in Finance at NMIMS, Mumbai. He is fluent in English and Hindi, has studied Spanish at the intermediate level, and speaks basic French and German.