Daniel Baruch’s background spans across global physical and financial energy commodity markets. He has gained well-rounded experience in crude oil & natural gas liquids (NGLs) at Glencore, natural gas & power at Morgan Stanley, and multi-asset alternative investments at AllianceBernstein. Currently, Daniel serves as the director of global energy markets & strategic business development at Ursa, a satellite radar-based alternative data firm, where he’s focused on leveraging new technological capabilities to deliver transparency to opaque markets and provide more timely insights for the commodity trading, hedge fund, alternative investment, banking and research sectors.
Known for his unique macro cross-market perspectives, Daniel is frequently asked to consult on projects to share his experience with the private equity, hedge fund, investment management, and strategy consulting sectors. He also serves on the Strategic Advisory Council of the University of Colorado’s J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities Global Energy Management Program and has helped shape GARP’s Energy Risk Professional (ERP) certification for professionals across the physical and financial energy markets. Daniel has been a frequent speaker at energy industry and alternative investment conferences.
A graduate with honors from Bentley University, Daniel has a passion for mentoring students, traveling and photography.