Spanish born and following a BA in Economics from Princeton University, Edward started his career in 1991 at Goldman Sachs as a financial analysis within the Investment Banking group. He was recruited to the Risk Arbitrage Group in 1994 as an Associate focusing on identifying opportunities in Latin America. Edward successfully built up the active proprietary trading activity in Latin America across the capital structure and later became Co-Head of the Firm-wide Latin American business, Chief of Staff of the Equities Division and a Member of Equities Risk Committee. Edward was made up to Partner in 2000.
Edward left Goldman Sachs to Join Eton Park Capital as one of the founding partners in 2004. There he was responsible for public and private emerging market investments across a wide variety of securities, asset classes and geographies. Edward was a member of the firm Operating Committee (main body to assist Managing Partner Eric Mindich in management of the firm). He also Co-managed the investment staff in the European office and was a member of the Best Execution Committee and Operation Risk Committee.
Edward left Eton Park in 2013 to found Ronit Capital, an emerging markets oriented hedge fund. He is particularly active across various Jewish and Israeli charitable organisations and is a Chair of Bicom, Governors at Naima JPS and co- chair of Governors at Immanuel College.