FINEMATIC is a young Czech project from Prague whose founders met in 2000 at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University. Based on the first experience with exchange trading, a project was set up in 2007 to reduce the impact of emotions on market transactions.
FINEMATIC uses a unique combination of theoretical knowledge and practical experience, which provides a competitive edge. Since its inception, FINEMATIC has been transparent, adhering to strict ethical principles, and emphasizing personal contact with the client.
Founders of FINEMATIC act as individuals providing services of collective asset management. Its activities are not subject to the supervision of the Czech National Bank.
Jan Sindelar, Ph.D. graduated in physics and mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague. During his studies he focused on application of mathematics to trading. At the Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the Czech Academy of Sciences he reasearched Bayesian statistics and control theory. He worked for the Estlander & Partners hedge fund in Finland. Together with programming of the FINEMATIC software platform, he is in charge of evolution of trading strategies and their optimization. He also meets with clients.
Martin Mixa, M.S. studied physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague. While working at the Department of Condensed Matter Physics, he studied computer modeling of growth of quantum dots for use in nanotechnologies. He is in charge of the design and programming of the FINEMATIC software platform, to which he still dedicates most of his time. He is also responsible for the legal organization of the project.