Max Blum graduated Magna Cum Laude from The George Washington University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a minor in Mathematics. He was part of his school’s Economics Honor Society, along with several finance organizations. He had an internship at a Credit Information company that provides risk management solutions to public and private companies. While an undergrad, Max’s passion for Computational Finance began after taking a course in Financial Economics. After college, Max attended Baruch College’s Pre-Master’s in Financial Engineering Program where he received distinction in Advanced Calculus, Probability and Linear Algebra. Max is now combining his passion for finance and mathematics with the analytical and computational skills he is developing while pursuing an MSCF degree.