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Optiver takes first place at the Dutch Mathematical Olympiad for Businesses

Optiver delivered a strong performance at the eleventh edition of the Dutch Mathematical Olympiad for Businesses. Hosted by ABN AMRO Bank, 21 teams from companies and institutions raced against the clock to solve mathematical problems of varying levels of difficulty.

Developers Rajat Rathi, Saiteja Talluri and Trader Kevin Xian claimed the top prize, achieving 129 of the 138 possible points. Rajat and Kevin also won first and second place for individual scores after receiving perfect scores and entering a tiebreaker. Congratulations to the team for representing Optiver with flying colours and to everyone who participated in the event.

Optiver supports the growth of individuals pursuing STEM education and careers and is a proud sponsor of the Dutch Mathematical Olympiad.


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