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Brady Lipp

Managing Director, One Alpha North

Brady co-founded OneAlphaNorth Capital with partner Sai Nayaran Subramanian.  OneAlphaNorth Capital is a U.S. based holding company focused on preventive diagnostic companies within the medical technology industry.  The firm is founder friendly and seeks fast growing, mostly early stage companies that have developed ground breaking, disruptive technology.

Brady also co-founded MarketGrader Capital in 2013 with MarketGrader Research founder Carlos Diez.   The firm launched its first Exchange Traded Fund, the Barron’s 400 (BFOR).  No His responsibilities include managing the firm’s business development efforts with large institutional investors, wealth advisors and the insurance segment.  MarketGrader is a quantitative oriented investment firm that has over 50 “smart beta” indexes and developed the well known Barron’s 400 Index for Barron’s, the weekly financial publication. MarketGrader also has a subscription based global research platform that covers and ranks over 39,000 stocks globally, including stocks that trade on the Middle Eastern stock exchanges.

Brady has significant experience building institutional sales and marketing departments at leading asset managers. In 1994, Brady joined Warburg Pincus Asset Management to head the group’s Institutional Sales and Marketing group. In his five years serving as Partner and Managing Director, Brady grew the Institutional Sales and Marketing from a staff of 3 to 30 and assets from less than $2 billion to $14 billion, representing half of total firm assets at peak. Upon the sale of Warburg Pincus Asset Management to Credit Suisse in 1999, Brady assumed the title of Managing Director, leading Credit Suisse Asset Management’s Global Post Venture Capital, a new division where he grew assets to $650 million in eighteen months from investors in Asia, Europe and the U.S.

Following his work with Credit Suisse, Brady founded Akros Capital LLC, where he was Portfolio Manager for the Quaker Akros Absolute Return Fund. The Fund was the quickest equity oriented mutual fund to recover from the 2008-2009 drawdown, ranking first in its category in 2008 by Kiplinger Personal Finance Magazine and generated positive alpha in 92% of rolling three-year periods since inception.

Brady holds a BS and a Masters in Education from North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota.

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