Management Team


chief investment officer

Mark Chin

Mark is a fourth-year biochemist at Somerville College. He was first exposed to the markets during his national service and has been investing & trading his personal account ever since. Mark has interned at GIC in Singapore, rotated across trading desks as a Summer Analyst at Morgan Stanley in London, and attended the Summer Academy at Point72 in New York. He will be joining the Point72 Academy in New York upon graduation.



Michael Leong

Michael is a third-year PPEist at Oriel College. As President of the fund, he coordinates the fund’s research activities and pitches, works closely with the fund’s portfolio managers, and is responsible for fund’s day-to-day functioning.


Vice president (external)

david ni

David (Zixuan) Ni is a second-year Economics and Management undergraduate at Jesus College. Having grown up in both China and the US, David enjoys learning about international business and has interned at Vermilion Partners, a cross-border M&A boutique. Since joining the fund in MT’18 as a bootcamp trainee, he has pitched McDonald’s and SolarEdge. When he is not thinking about levelised cost of electricity, David plays Saxophone, learns German, and keeps up with Union politics.

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Vice president (external)

terence han

Terence is a second-year Economics and Management student at Harris Manchester College. He was first exposed to the financial markets a year ago and has been investing his personal account. His interest in the fund was sparked after seeing the Nike pitch. Outside of the fund, Terence has many interests ranging from piano performance to Taekwondo. He also plays the Trombone and translates in his free time.


Vice president (internal)

Haersh Sahita

Haersh is a second-year Historian at St Hughs College. He was first exposed to the wider world of finance after interning with Abbott Laboratories, and dove into investing proper as a bootcamp candidate with the Alpha Fund in MT18. Haersh has spent his spring interning with Deutsche Bank and Deloitte, and has also participated in an insight programme with Point72. Haersh also loves history, and relishes discussions on historical parallels and economic history.


Associate vice President (internal)

lisa sitoh

Lisa is a second-year History and Economics undergraduate at Worcester College. After attending the Fund Bootcamp in MT2018, Lisa has found the process of investing very exciting and fascinating and has since stayed on as an Analyst. During her free time, Lisa likes to read and play recreational tennis.


VICE PRESIDENT (development)

jun yang (jake) tan

Jun Yang (Jake) is a second-year Economics and Management student at Exeter College. With a keen interest in the intersections between data science, business models and the financial markets, he joined the fund as an Analyst in HT’19. Since then, his interest in finance has deepened and he has spent his summer in London interning at a long-only fund specialising in infrastructure. In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, and is passionate about combating educational inequality.

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VICE PRESIDENT (operations)

Isaiah yeo

Isaiah is a second-year Economics and Management student at St Hugh’s college. He started investing when he was 18 and has participated in various competitions, including the Orbis Stock Picking Challenge 18/19 where he placed second with his pitch on FedEx. Isaiah also has an avid interest in fitness training and plays squash for the university.


associate VICE PRESIDENT (operations)

Karthik Puravankara

Karthik is a second-year Economics and Management undergraduate at Teddy Hall. His interest in finance grew quickly when he attended the bootcamp programme in MT’18, and has since published research for the fund as an Analyst. This summer, he interned at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London, helping creating independent policy recommendations for the UK Government's zero emissions strategy. In his free time, he enjoys playing badminton and cricket, and can be spotted at some of the university's political discussion nights.