Winter Haven Capital has a mission. Our mission is to promote, preserve, perpetuate & encourage; risk management, financial literacy, and calculated risk-taking. Through investment in R&D, Statistical, and Economical models, we will offer a systematic risk management trading platform for the retail investor to hedge a recession.
David Love studied Economics and Mathematics at The University of Texas. The Summer of 2017 he was a Risk Research Fellow at J.P Morgan as a sophomore, and has a plethora of internships in market research, marketing campaigns, equity research, lead generation via content marketing, accounting and payroll. He has worked at Stubbs BBQ (bought out by McOrmick), Avison Young, Emergo (now UL Emergo), and GQR Capital Markets.
Dierk is the Chief Technology Officer at WHC with over 20+ years of technology management and consulting experience, covering buy-side and trading platforms in a broad range of enterprise initiatives.
His experience ranges from architecting State Street Global Exchange and Was part of the launch of GovEx, SwapEx, Eris, and the eRates Match electronic trading platforms at eExchange. Dierk holds a BA from the City College of New York and an MBA from the New York University Stern School of Business.
Carlos Love has been working in Marketing for nearly two decades. Carlos Love earned his bachelor’s degree in computer engineering in Mexico City at the Autonomous National University of Mexico in 1984 and earned his MBA from the Technologic Institute of Monterrey in 1992. His finance experience spans from implementing the first trading system in Mexico System as an Engineer for a bank in 1985. In 1996 he transitioned to Financial Consulting at Accenture and worked at IBM as a Financial Services Principal from 2000-2002.
In 2003 he was offered a Marketing Manager position at Microsoft, where he worked in Miami and Redmond HQ until 2010. In 2011 he became a Sr. Marketing Manager at Dell Technologies.
His unique experience is a value proposition on its own, having a senior executive with this experience is rare at startups. However, due to be the father of CIO David Love, Carlos Love has agreed to work for equity.