Jeffry Schneider Financial and Physical Fitness Expert

Jeffry Schneider is the founder and CEO of Ascendant Capital in March 2009. Although he currently makes his home in Austin, Texas, Jeffry Schneider was born and raised in the New York borough of Manhattan. He’s earned his Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

Jeffry Schneider has competed in many Half Ironman tournaments. This tournament included a 56-mile bicycle ride, a 1.2-mile swim, and a 13.1-mile run. He has competed in Half Ironman in states such as Texas, California, and Florida. Schneider competed in Half Ironman competitions in such countries as Chile, New Zealand, and Saint Croix. Schneider’s current Half Ironman tournament will take place in Croatia. Ironman and Half Ironman triathlons are among the most grueling. Schneider was physically active as a boy growing up in Manhattan. In addition to biking and swimming, he also played Soccer.

Jeffry Schneider is concerned with healthy eating and wants to share his healthy diet plan with others. He loves to travel with friends and family. Among Mr. Schneider’s favorite places are Thailand and Budapest. Jeffry Schneider is also a philanthropist. He supports such charities as Gods Love We Deliver, Wonders and Worries, the Gazelle Foundation, Camp Honey Creek Summer Dream Program, and Cherokee Home for Children to name a few.

In his financial business, Jeffry Schneider got his first job right after he graduated from college. He worked such places as Smith Barney, Alex Brown, and Merrill Lynch. By 2002, Jeffry Schneider joined Axiom Capital Management. At Axiom, Schneider worked alongside the managers in hedge funds. In 2004, Schneider was employed at Paradigm Global Advisors. At Axiom and Paradigm, Schneider held senior job positions. While he founded Ascendant Capital in 2009, Schneider contributed his time to Virtue Real Estate. Just before joining Virtue, Schneider was the CEO of ONX for three years. At Ascendant Capital, Schneider works with alternative funds. He has grown the business in making $50 million per month a $1billion per year. Schneider has a quarter century of financial experience, working with public and private pension funds, and hedge funds.

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