Principal and Co-Founder
Jacobs Levy Equity Management
Bruce Jacobs is principal and co-founder of Jacobs Levy Equity Management, where he is co-chief investment officer, portfolio manager, and co-director of research. Jacobs’ articles on equity management have appeared in Financial Analysts Journal, the Journal of Portfolio Management, the Journal of Investing, the Journal of Financial Perspectives, Japanese Security Analysts Journal, and Operations Research. He has received several Graham and Dodd Awards from Financial Analysts Journal, a Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Award from the Journal of Portfolio Management, and an Outstanding Article Award from the Journal of Investing. He is an associate editor of Journal of Trading and serves on the Journal of Portfolio Management Advisory Board, and has served on the Financial Analysts Journal Advisory Council. Jacobs is author of Too Smart for Our Own Good: Ingenious Investment Strategies, Illusions of Safety, and Market Crashes (forthcoming) and Capital Ideas and Market Realities: Option Replication, Investor Behavior, and Stock Market Crashes, co-author with Ken Levy of Equity Management: The Art and Science of Modern Quantitative Investing, 2nd ed., co-editor with Ken Levy of Market Neutral Strategies, and co-editor of The Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Awards: Five Years of Award-Winning Articles from The Journal of Portfolio Management, Volumes One through Three. He was a featured contributor to How I Became a Quant: Insights from 25 of Wall Street’s Elite. Jacobs has a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College, a master’s degree in operations research and computer science from Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, a master’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University’s Graduate School of Industrial Administration, and a master’s degree in applied economics and a doctorate in finance from the Wharton School.