Daniel Moshe Aharon

Chief Operating Officer & Financial Controller at Scopus Asset Management LP

Daniel Moshe Aharon

Daniel Moshe Aharon

Chief Operating Officer & Financial Controller at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Scopus Asset Management LP
Ionic Capital Management LLC

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Managing Partner at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Portfolio Manager & Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Senior Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Financial Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Analyst at Scopus Asset Management LP

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Daniel Moshe Aharon
Chief Operating Officer & Financial Controller at Scopus Asset Management LP
Career History
Chief Operating Officer & Financial Controller
2014 - Current

Scopus Asset Management's funds employ substantially similar investment strategies. The funds seek to achieve superior returns through capital appreciation by investing, long and short, in common stocks and derivatives linked to US equity markets. Their strategy involves extensive fundamental research and bottom-up financial analysis to identify investments that are materially undervalued, or overvalued, by the marketplace. Scopus may seek to reduce risk through a variety of risk management practices, including adjusting market and sector exposure, reviewing investment liquidity and performing regular portfolio monitoring and review. In addition, Scopus may employ leverage, to varying degrees, on behalf of the funds. ^^Scopus' investment approach combines value analysis with anticipation of improving fundamentals and growth opportunities that are typically overlooked or not fully understood and appreciated by the market, including prospects for accelerating revenue and earnings growth, cyclical improvements in the company’s industry or product cycle and opportunities for turnaround and restructuring. Scopus looks for specific catalysts that will lead the market toward what they perceive as the company’s true value and seek to identify compelling reasons for each investment to perform within the objective of superior returns. Scopus uses earnings models to further analyze investments and combines the model results with analysis of industry projections.^^Portfolios generally consists of long and short positions in common stocks of US companies and derivative instruments linked to US equity markets, such as options, warrants, convertible securities, forward contracts and swaps. Investments may also include preferred stocks, hybrid securities, fixed-income securities (corporate and governmental), debt securities, indices, REITs and other real estate related securities, and other instruments deemed appropriate for the client’s objectives, including hedging strategies.

Chief Financial Officer
2006 - Prior

Ionic Capital Management is and alternative asset manager that employs long volatility, relative value arbitrage, event-driven, and credit investment strategies, globally across asset classes. Ionic’s long volatility strategies focus on generating negatively correlated returns and outperformance during uncertain markets. The firm uses both explicit and imbedded options across asset classes, including equities, interest rates, currencies, commodities and credit to construct a portfolio that is typically positive convexity and long volatility.Iconic's relative value arbitrage investment strategies focus on generating capital appreciation with low volatility and reduced correlations to equities and credit. Ionic’s relative value arbitrage strategies are implemented in a market neutral manner across convertible arbitrage, credit/rates relative value arbitrage, equity arbitrage and volatility arbitrage.The firm's event-driven investment strategy focuses on a global universe of both announced and anticipated hard catalyst opportunities; strategic, operational, financial, legal, regulatory, technical and other corporate catalysts that have the potential to significantly alter value and/or market perception. Ionic generally invests opportunistically across the event-driven spectrum with a rigorous bottom-up, fundamental orientation seeking returns from idiosyncratic, company-specific events.Iconic's credit investment strategy focuses on generating positive risk-adjusted returns with low correlation to overall market direction. The Ionic Funds employing this strategy seek to capitalize on market opportunities with relative value and directional strategies that offer asymmetric payout profiles.Ionic also may implement hybrid strategies incorporating elements of directional, relative value, volatility, event-driven, credit and other approaches, as well as a variety of opportunistic investment tactics.

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Daniel Moshe Aharon is affiliated with Scopus Asset Management LP, Ionic Capital Management LLC

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