Within the human capital space, recent assignments include assisting a large professional services firm with the restructuring of partner compensation and retirement plans as well as visualizing their global demographics and utilization; a separation study for a large financial services firm highlighting turnover behavior via cluster analysis of demographics and exit surveys; benchmarking compensation and benefits for a large paper packaging company as part of a private equity cost savings and efficiency analysis of benefits relating to medical, dental, life and LTD insurance coverage; visualizing the exposure and pain-points across a multi-employer pension plan analysis; and benchmarking numerous executive and rank-and-file compensation situations for domestic public and private companies.
Additional engagements include a cluster analysis of a fast-food restaurant customers’ transactions and demographics looking for performance improvement including cross-selling, up-selling and optimization opportunities; advising on back-office efficiency initiatives and an executive dashboard system for an aerospace and defense company, optimizing course sequences for an accredited college as well as designing and implementing executive dashboards for a large family office with multiple business lines and data sources.
Research initiatives include independently partnering with the University of Chicago’s Financial Mathematics department and the New York University Stern School of Business for numerous human capital research projects; evaluating activist investor performance and preferences for the energy sector as well as creating numerous proprietary databases of scraped data from public filings.
Mr. Jonske has over 12 years experience in various operational and management positions in the financial services industry. Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Jonske was the Chief Financial Officer of the Florida-based hedge fund Indian Creek Asset Management. He also served as a trader and consultant for the fund. He was previously the Trading Manager for Archelon, LLC, where he managed the firm’s US statistical arbitrage and basket-trading group, monitoring multiple employees trading multiple strategies and millions of shares of stock a day. He also independently developed and managed a proprietary quantitative equity trading strategy.
Mr. Jonske earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Chicago,