Sander is co-founder and COO of SCORPEO and currently runs their Boston office. SCORPEO is a data analytics and technology solutions company focused on missed value in voluntary corporate actions. SCORPEO provides solutions to asset managers, pension funds and custodians allowing them to capture this missed value and return it to their investors. Sander has done extensive work on the fiduciary responsibility of asset managers and pension funds to maximize their returns on corporate actions. Sander currently works with numerous US State pension funds identifying the value lost by their asset managers.
Before founding SCORPEO, Sander was responsible for Delta One Structuring at Nomura in London, having joined from Barclays Capital where he was Vice President. Sander began his career at PWC in Amsterdam. After seven years he moved to PWC in London as a senior manager in their financial services group. As an international tax and legal structuring expert, Sander’s clients mainly consisted of cross-border hedge funds and private equity funds. He also headed the Financing Sustainability initiative for FS Tax advising on investments in clean energy assets.
Sander holds a master’s degree in Dutch Tax Law from the University of Amsterdam, and a post-doctoral in European Tax Law from the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He has published various articles in Dutch law reviews and has been quoted by numerous Dutch tax courts. From 2004 to 2007 Sander was a part-time university lecturer on international tax law and tax treaty interpretation, first at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and later at Leiden University. Sander is an FCA Approved Person in the UK.