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Financial engineer Jason Victor brings creative problem solving skills to his current role as Consultant at NorthPoint Solutions, LLC, based in New York City. A Dartmouth College graduate, he maintains a broad range of technical and extracurricular interests, rounding out his career assisting hedge funds with quantitative and technical projects. Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Dartmouth College, Jason Victor was awarded a citation by the mathematics department for outstanding knot theory research.

Additionally, Mr. Victor completed an ambitious senior thesis at Dartmouth College on forecasting excess equity returns using machine learning and company fundamentals. He graduated cum laude in 2005 from Deerfield Academy, a boarding school in Massachusetts. Founded in 1797, the institution is known for academic rigor, and provided a fertile environment for Jason Victor to begin his studies.

Today, Jason Victor enjoys a wide range of activities, including golf and snowboarding. While at Dartmouth, he played squash in NCAA competition, as well as intercollegiate rugby.

Other knowledge Jason Victor honed at Dartmouth includes computer science theory, machine learning, natural language processing, data mining, and the study of mathematics, proofs, and knot theory. He offers skills in a number of programming languages, including C, C++, C#, Java, Python, and Ruby. He specialized in the intersection of statistics and computer science, participating actively in the emerging study of computational learning theory.

Mr. Victor derives inspiration from role models, including jazz musician John Coltrane, philanthropist and businessman Warren Buffett, mathematician Évariste Galois, physicist Sir Isaac Newton, and writer James Joyce.

An avid participant in the research community, Dartmouth alumnus Jason Victor writes about computer science, math, and finance on his blog at

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Jan 2010Present


NorthPoint Solutions, LLC


Dartmouth Col