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ON-DEMAND WEBCAST: Valspresso - Market Risk Mitigation

The Valspresso Sentiment & Fundamental Indicators DataFeed supplies price sentiment indicators and fundamental analysis for publicly traded U.S. companies that empower clients to design and deploy persistent alpha-generating strategies. These indicators capture Valspresso’s three dimensions of analysis: sentiment that reflects the earnings projection implicit in pricing information, fundamental analysis that reflects company health, and EPS momentum that assesses the quality and velocity of a company’s GAAP EPS relative to price sentiment.

In this webcast, Reginald Nosegbe (Founder and CEO), Ty Seddon (CTO and Chief Data Scientist), and Bob Caspe (Head of Strategic Alliance) of Valspresso discuss how their data can help clients navigate the market turbulence that has come with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Speakers

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Drake Bushnell

VP, Director, Content Strategist

FactSet

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Reginald Nosegbe, CPA

Founder and CEO

Valspresso

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Ty Seddon

CTO and Chief Data Scientist

Valspresso

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Bob Caspe

Head of Strategic Alliance

Valspresso

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Drake Bushnell

VP, Director, Content Strategist | FactSet

Mr. Drake Bushnell is Director, Content Strategist at FactSet within the content and technology solutions group focusing on data integration and analysis. He and his team aim to reduce the burden associated with evaluating and integrating new content by solving for common challenges such as symbology reconciliation, and accelerating the discovery process by exposing detailed analysis and sample code. He joined FactSet in 2007 as a Consultant. Throughout his career, he has built extensive experience working with data and technology solutions across a variety of investment workflows. Mr. Bushnell earned a B.S. in Economics from the University of Richmond.

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Reginald Nosegbe, CPA

Founder and CEO | Valspresso

Reginald Nosegbe, CPA, Founder and CEO of Valspresso, is an accountant, inventor, systems engineer, entrepreneur, student of economic history, and passionate advocate for investors trying to build and protect their investments. He has years of risk management, internal controls, strategic consulting services, and investment management experience with firms including Merrill Lynch and PricewaterhouseCoopers. As a Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), Reginald was a part of a team of consultants that put in place internal controls that accompanied the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) bank rescue in 2008. Reginald earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce/Accounting and a master’s degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia. He has done graduate studies in Accounting, Tax, and the Legal Dimensions of International Business and Investment Transactions in the UK, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

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Ty Seddon

CTO and Chief Data Scientist | Valspresso

Ty Seddon, CTO and Chief Data Scientist of Valspresso, has 20 years of experience building technology organizations from the ground up. An owner or executive in ten different start-ups, he also has experience architecting big data systems for large organizations such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the state of North Carolina, and Johnson Controls. Ty’s specialty is building expert systems, which leverage artificial intelligence techniques to implement domain expertise with more efficiency and thoroughness than a human can achieve. Ty received his undergraduate education through the Computer and Information Science and Engineering Department at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. While there, he participated in the cooperative education program with IBM’s National Support Center as a Marketing Support Representative.

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Bob Caspe

Head of Strategic Alliance | Valspresso

Bob Caspe, Head of Strategic Alliance at Valspresso, has 50 years of business experience having founded and managed three technology based companies, one in the medical industry, one in the graphic arts industry that developed the first digital cameras used for high-end photography, and one in the consumer products industry.  After several successful exits, he retired in 2001 to spend 13 years teaching marketing and entrepreneurship at Babson College’s MBA program and founded the IEC, an entrepreneurship center in Massachusetts. Currently he works with a small number of startups including Valspresso. His original education was in computer science, but his background has grown his general understanding of business, management, and marketing.

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