Stellwagen Technology develops technologies for modeling and analyzing aircraft and associated investment vehicles. Delivered as web-applications, these tools project cash flows, calculate valuations and risk sensitivities, assess effects of ‘what-if’ scenarios, and quantify the probability distributions of events. Stellwagen Technology will apply new technologies to aviation finance such as machine learning, GPGPU computing, and advanced interactive data visualization.
Leveraging the Stellwagen Group’s deep industry experience, the latest academic and industry research, and state-of-the-art technology practices.
Stellwagen Technology is assembling a team of experienced financial engineers, software engineers and designers to create custom technologies that illuminate the pertinent characteristics of financial products.
Dan Evison is Chief Executive Officer of Stellwagen Technology with over 20 years of experience in creating technology solutions in the financial services industry. Previously, he worked at Morgan Stanley, in New York, London and Dublin. As an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, he held leadership roles in financial engineering groups within multiple departments across the firm. Dan also played a key role at Ares Capital, a start-up hedge fund in New York, building a fully automated equity options trading platform. He started his career with First Boston, in New York, where he spent three years in the Mortgage Financial Engineering Group. Dan received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.
Ivan Frantar is a Senior Product Designer leading our effort to create well designed software applications. He is an expert at user interface design and user experience. Applying design thinking and a human centred approach while advocating a culture of design across the organisation. Ivan joins us from CurrencyFair (3.5 years) where he was Senior Product Designer working on design of both web and mobile applications. Previously Ivan worked as a designer/developer at Hostelworld for 6 years, and held other positions in Ireland, the US and his homeland, Argentina.
Remo H. Jansen is Senior Web Engineer at Stellwagen Technology with several years of experience in web based technologies. He previously worked at the Aon Centre for Innovation and Analytics (ACIA) in Dublin developing analysis applications for the corporate insurance industry. Prior to that, he worked in web development roles in the fund industry, most recently with MoneyMate Group. Remo was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in 2016 and he is the author of “Learning TypeScript” and the technical reviewer of “Mastering TypeScript” by Packt Publishing. Remo is also an active member of the TypeScript and Open Source communities and the organizer of the Dublin Open Source and Dublin TypeScript user groups.