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Michael A. Feder
President and CEO
Michael Feder has over 30 years of experience in financial services, having begun his career at the Chase Manhattan Bank in 1973. He joined The First Boston Corporation in 1980, where he became a managing director in capital markets in 1988. Prior to joining Radar Logic as President and CEO in 2005, Mr. Feder was the CEO of The Feder Group, a private investment banking advisory firm located in New York City. Mr. Feder received his B.A. from Hamilton College.

Quinn Eddins
Director of Research
Quinn Eddins joined Radar Logic in 2008 after completing graduate programs in real estate development and city planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From 2004 to 2005, Mr. Eddins oversaw the construction of water infrastructure in rural Yemeni villages as a consultant for the Yemeni Government’s Public Works Project. In 2005, he joined the World Bank Group in Washington, DC, where he contributed research on water resource management to the World Bank’s 2007 flagship report on water policy in the Middle East and North Africa. In addition to his degrees from MIT, Mr. Eddins holds a B.A. in Humanities from Stanford University and a M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University.

Emanuel C. Trama
Chief Information Officer
Emanuel Trama has more than 15 years of experience leading technology operations and initiatives across large-scale, complex organizations. He is the Founder and CEO of Prime Network Group, a growing Information Technology Service Company dedicated to serving newer financial corporations in the New York Tristate area. During his first 10 years in the Information Technology field, Mr. Trama served in a variety of management positions at private companies such as The Blackstone Group and Credit Suisse First Boston.