Dylan Flint

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Dylan Flint
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Dylan Flint. Image Sourced from LifeCheq article, “Is South Africa in a recession now after the downgrade?”
Born (1984-05-24) May 24, 1984 (age 37)
South Africa
NationalitySouth African
Alma materUniversity of Cape Town
OccupationCo-Founder and CEO at LifeCheq
Known forCo-founding LifeCheq
WebsiteLinkedIn Profile

Editor: Charissa Cassels

Dylan Flint is the Co-Founder of LifeCheq, a financial services company that is based in Cape Town, South Africa.[1]

He was born on 24 May, 1984 in South Africa.[2]

LifeCheq was founded in August 2015.[3] Flint is the Head of Advice at LifeCheq and has been since September 2015.[4] He is the Director and Head of Product and Advice at Convex Financial, a financial services company based in Cape Town, and has been the director since September 2015.[5]

History

He completed his Bachelor of Business Science degree in Actuarial Science at the University of Cape Town in 2005.[6]

He completed his Master of Science in Financial Mathematics degree in 2008 at the University of Cape Town.

Flint was the Research Analyst at Cadiz Asset Management from June 2008 to September 2009 in Cape Town. He completed research for asset management clients and completed the General Quantitative Research and Development.

He was a Quantitative Analyst at Old Mutual from October 2009 to December 2013. His job entailed analysing derivatives of pricing, hedging and management, product development and special projects such as ad hoc projects for the good of the company.

Flint was the Head of Quantitative Development at Old Mutual from January 2014 to June 2015. His position required him to approve capital, funding and derivative pricing for South Africans and all other emerging markets’ products. He was also in charge of derivative risk managements and policy setting, for South African life business units and ad hoc institutional deal structuring and pricing. Flint was the economic value management project leader and dealt with special projects such as ad hoc projects for the good of the company.

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