Marta Campi is a senior analyst at Fortlake with responsibilities in the development and analysis of models incorporated within the Fortlake investment process.
Marta has worked at Inrobin, consulting on statistical model specification, selection, testing, extraction, and engineering of useful features to the underlying process. She has also held a role at Costa Crociere S.P.A. developing the demand forecast and price optimisation of software and testing and validation of price recommendations and demand forecasts.
Marta has worked as a lecturer/tutor at the University College London (UCL), teaching in Statistical Methods and Probability and Statistics. She was also a research assistant in copula functions within insurance applications. Subsequently, she has held a research assistant role at Heriot-Watt Business School conducting research in Green Finance and decarbonisation.
Marta Campi received her B.Sc in Mathematical Statistics and Data Processing (SMID) at the Department of Mathematics of the School of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences at the University of Genoa, Italy. She then received an MSc in Financial Econometrics taught jointly between the Department of Economics and Essex Business School at University of Essex, Colchester, UK. After that, she took an MRes in Financial Computing from the Computer Science Department at University College London (UCL), London, (UK) followed by an Mphil from the Statistical Science Department at UCL.
She has just submitted her Ph.D. thesis at the Statistical Science Department of UCL. During her Ph.D. she attended the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo (Japan) at the Department of Statistical Modelling as a research fellow to investigate aspects of speech cyber-security problems.