Jacek Marczyk

Jacek Marczyk

Executive Chairman, Founding Partner - Universal Ratings

Ex rocket scientist and author of nine books on uncertainty, complexity management and rating, Dr. Marczyk has developed the Quantitative Complexity Theory (QCT) and a new complexity-based theory of risk, rating and portfolio design. With nearly 35 years experience in various sectors, he has introduced the Global Financial Complexity Index and a Business Complexity Assessment UNI standard. In 2005 he founded Ontonix, the first company to offer Quantitative Complexity Management tools and which delivers complexity-based early-warning solutions with particular emphasis on systemic aspects and turbulent economic regimes. In 2015 he founded Singapore-based Universal Ratings which offers a radically innovative rating platform for stocks, portfolios and corporations based on the concept of Resistance to Shocks.
The Quantitative Complexity Theory which Jacek has developed with his team is currently being used by large corporations in diverse fields, ranging from manufacturing, economics, to defence and medicine. His research is focused on ratings, complexity-based portfolio design and asset management but he also works on projects in cardiology and neurology.
During his career, Dr. Marczyk he has held various executive positions and has worked for companies such as EADS, BMW, Centric Engineering Systems, ESI, Silicon Graphics and MSC Software. He has lived and worked on four continents and is fluent in five languages.

-Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya
Ph.D. Civil Engineering, 1998

-Politecnico di Torino
MS Aerospace Engineering, 1996

-Politecnico di Milano
MS Aeronautical Engineering, 1983

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