About Net Interest

Net Interest is a weekly newsletter of insight and analysis from the world of finance. Enjoyed by the most senior executives and smartest investors in the industry, it casts light on this important sector in an easy-to-read style.

Written by a former analyst and hedge fund manager, Net Interest distils 25 years of experience in the financial sector into a weekly email. Each post explores a theme currently trending in the sector. Between fintech, economics and investment cycles—there's always something to talk about!

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The themes explored in the newsletter are timeless so there's always something of value in the archive — which all subscribers have access to.

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About the Author

Net interest is written by me, Marc Rubinstein. I spent ten years as a partner of an award-winning hedge fund. Before that I was a top-rated analyst at an investment bank. When I’m not writing Net Interest, I consult with corporates and investment firms and I’m also an active angel investor in fintech. You can find out more about me here, or on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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