Arturo Brillembourg, president of Farmington Asset Management Ltd., founded the firm in 1990 to provide investment advisory services in the world’s government securities, commodities and equity indices. It uses primarily quantitative management techniques to supplement the core holding using future markets.

A graduate of Harvard University, (B.A., cum laude, ’68) and University of Chicago (MA 1972), Mr. Brillembourg first worked at the International Monetary Fund, Research Department. In 1982, he joined the World Bank’ Treasury department specializing in internationally diversified bond portfolios. In 1987, Mr. Brillembourg moved to Drexel Burham Lambert to establish their international fixed income trading desks throughout the world.

Mr. Brillembourg has been a director on the following boards: Independence Federal Savings Bank, Harvard University- Dean’s Council and David’s Rockefeller Center For Latin American Studies, New Stoa – online Stoic Community and College (Chairman) and several Boards serving the Washington community. With his wife as Founding chair, he has been very involved with The Youth Orchestra of the Americas. He loves yoga, biking, rowing and skiing. He is an artist working in digital photography by producing highly manipulated, large format prints of nature and people.