Incapture’s senior management team and advisory board has decades of experience in quantitative asset management and enterprise technology development. We share certain core values which inform our company culture: passion for technology and problem solving; transparency with our employees, clients, and partners; humility and a willingness to learn and improve.
Before founding Incapture, Peter was Co-Chief Investment Officer of BlackRock’s fixed income business, following its acquisition of Barclays Global Investors (“BGI”) where he was Global Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income. Prior to BGI, Peter held positions with Lincoln Capital Management and Goldman Sachs, where he started his career in financial services. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Peter held professorship positions at Kellogg School of Management, University of Wisconsin and University of Chicago. Peter completed PhD work at The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania and post-doctoral work at the University of Chicago.
Larry LeibowitzChief Executive Officer
Larry is CEO of Incapture Technologies. He has thirty years of experience as a finance and technology entrepreneur. Most recently, Larry served as COO, Head of Global Equities Listing & Trading and as a Member of the Board of Directors of NYSE Euronext. His earlier leadership roles include COO of Americas Equities at UBS, Co-Head Schwab Soundview Capital Markets, and CEO of Redibook. Larry was a founding partner at Bunker Capital and Head of Quantitative Trading and Equities technology at CS First Boston.
Jonathan MajorHead of Engineering
Jonathan is Head of Engineering at Incapture Technologies where he is responsible for Rapture platform and solution delivery. He brings two decades of diverse experience with an extensive background in developing engineering and quality initiatives at leading financial services firms. Prior to Incapture Jonathan led the BlackRock central test engineering team delivering services to critical investment platforms and applications. Before this at Barclays Global Investors he provided test engineering services to both application, messaging and infrastructure teams. Arriving in the Bay Area in 1999 Jonathan joined Charles Schwab and was instrumental in the rollout and expansion of Fixed Income trading platform. Prior to coming to the Bay Area he worked at Lotus Development and IBM in Dublin, Ireland followed by AutoDesk in Switzerland where he developed tools focused on machine translation to support localization and build processes. Jonathan graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Bob Diamond is founder and CEO of Atlas Merchant Capital (“Atlas”). Atlas takes a merchant banking approach to global financial services investments with a particular focus on Africa and Investment Management. Bob was recently Chief Executive of Barclays PLC and prior to that CEO of Barclays Capital where he built the investment bank, and Barclays Global Investors, the asset management division of Barclays PLC. Prior to that he worked at Morgan Stanley for over ten years.
Bob is a Board Member of The Diamond Family Foundation (“DFF”), a not-for-profit organization that is funded by him and his family and led by his wife, Jennifer Diamond, President of DFF. DFF’s principal purpose is to make grants to organizations that provide access to outstanding educational opportunities for those who lack access in the US, UK, and Sub-Saharan Africa.
A native of Concord, Massachusetts, Bob received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Colby College in Maine (1974) and an MBA from the University of Connecticut, where he ranked first in his class (1977). He was awarded Doctor of Humane Letters from the University of Connecticut in 2006 and Doctor of Laws from Colby College in 2008.
Tom Glocer is the former Chief Executive Officer of Thomson Reuters, the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Tom joined Reuters Group in 1993 as Vice President and Deputy Counsel, Reuters America. He held a number of senior leadership positions at Reuters, including President of Reuters LatAm and Reuters America, before being named CEO of Reuters Group PLC in July 2001.
Tom is a director of Merck & Co., Inc. and the Council on Foreign Relations; and a member of the International Business Council of the World Economic Forum, the International Advisory Board of British American Business Inc., the Columbia College Board of Visitors, the President’s Council on International Activities at Yale University, the Advisory Board of the Judge Institute of Management at Cambridge University, the European Business Leaders Council, the Corporate Advisory Board of Tate Britain and the Madison Council of the Library of Congress. Tom is also involved in several public education initiatives in New York City and London.
Tom holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Columbia University and a J.D. from Yale Law School.
Blake held executive positions with BlackRock, Inc. through 2010, including Vice Chairman and Head of Scientific Investments. Previously, Mr. Grossman served as the Global Chief Executive Officer, a director and Member of the Executive Committee of Barclays Global Investors (BGI). From 1985 to 2009, Mr. Grossman held various executive positions with BGI and its predecessor organizations, including Chief Investment Officer from 1992 to 2002. He currently serves as a director of the private companies Hillcrest Asset Management LLC, as well as Camber View Partners LLC.
The Financial Analysts Journal awarded Mr. Grossman a Graham and Dodd Award for his research on the investment implications of divestment decisions, co-authored with William F. Sharpe, in 1986. Mr. Grossman graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University, where he received a master’s and a bachelor’s degree in economics.
Tom was previously CEO of Wealth and Investment Banking at Barclays as well as Executive Chairman of Barclays Americas. During an 18 year career at JP Morgan, Tom held a number of roles, including Head of Fixed Income Sales, Trading and Research, and was responsible for all activities with investors in the United States. Tom has served on the US Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee and is a former Chair of the US Bond Market Association, a predecessor organization to SIFMA (Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association).
Frank is Managing Principal of GM Advisory Group, an integrated financial services organization specializing in the needs of family-owned businesses, high net-worth individuals, and corporate executives. Under Frank's leadership, GMAG has been named as one of the nation's top financial advisory firms, and he has been featured in publications such as Barron's, Wealth Manager, Business Week, Money Magazine, Investment News, and Financial Advisor Magazine.
An innovator in public and private markets, Duncan Niederauer is a former partner of Goldman Sachs and most recently served as CEO of the New York Stock Exchange. During his tenure as NYSE CEO, Duncan led the transformation of the company into an innovative, globally integrated organization with a high-tech focus. In addition to advising several start-up companies, Duncan also sits on the boards of Sorenson Communications and his alma mater, Colgate University, as well as The American Ireland Fund and the Committee to Encourage Corporate Philanthropy.