Richard R. Lindsey

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Richard R. Lindsey
Occupation Managing Partner and Chief Information Officer
Employer Windham Capital Management, LLC

Dr. Richard R. Lindsey is a managing partner and CIO of Windham Capital Management, LLC. Dr. Lindsey joined the firm in 2016 and is responsible for managing Windham's multi-asset and liquid alternative strategies.[1]


Previously, he served as the chief investment strategist, liquid alternatives for Janus Capital. In this role, he developed and co-managed the liquid alternative strategies and was also a member of the Janus Capital Group global allocation committee. Prior to joining Janus in August 2012, Dr. Lindsey was a principal of the Callcott Group, LLC, a quantitative consulting group, where he was responsible for directing research activities and advisory services. He is the chairman of the International Association for Quantitative Finance (IAQF), formerly known as the International Association of Financial Engineers.[2]

Until December 2006, Dr. Lindsey was president of Bear, Stearns Securities Corporation and a member of the management committee of The Bear Stearns Companies, Inc. Before joining Bear Stearns, Dr. Lindsey served as the director of market regulation for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and as the chief economist of the SEC. He was a finance professor at the Yale School of Management before joining the SEC. He currently teaches as New York University.

Dr. Lindsey has served on several corporate and not-for-profit boards, including those of the International Stock Exchange, Strike Technologies, New Hedge Fund Corporation, and OCC where he was the vice-chairman and serves on several committees.[3]

Dr. Lindsey has done extensive work in the areas of market micro-structure and the pricing of derivative securities. He has held the positions of Visiting Academic at the Nikko Research Institute in Tokyo, Japan, and Visiting Economist at the New York Stock Exchange.


He has a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, an M.S. in Chemical Engineering from Berkeley, an M.B.A. from the University of Dallas, and a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of California, Berkeley.