Where Is Caroline Ellison FTX Now?

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Caroline Ellison (born 1994) is a business executive from the United States. She is the CEO of Alameda Research, which was founded by Sam Bankman-Fried. In November 2022, Alameda Research owed $10 billion to cryptocurrency exchange FTX, according to an anonymous source cited by the Wall Street Journal.

According to the source, FTX loaned the trading firm money from customer funds at FTX.
Ellison is the daughter of Glenn Ellison, the Gregory K. Palm (1970) Professor of Economics at MIT, who coached her middle school math team, and Sara Fisher Ellison, another MIT economist. She attended Newton North High School in high school and represented the United States in the 2011 International Linguistics Olympiad.

Where Is Caroline Ellison FTX Now?

Caroline Ellison, Sam Bankman- Fried’s ex-girlfriend, reportedly boasted about “getting lucky” and that she only needed “elementary grade arithmetic” to manage Alameda Research, FTX’s associated trading company. Ellison, a math graduate, was named CEO of Alameda, which was funded by the bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX. Prior to her appointment, she had only 18 months of trading experience and had been with the company for less than a year.

In an interview with El Momento, Ellison revealed that she began her trading career in 2018 with the New York firm Jane Street. She also described herself as “obsessed” with Harry Potter. She relocated to Alameda Research after meeting Bankman-Fried in 2020.


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