Joe Torre Safe at Home

Sean Kemery was a senior trader and Executive Director with Deutsche Bank, where he managed commodities like crude oil, gold and coffee.

Sean Kemery has an interest in philanthropy and supports organizations such as the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation.  Joe Torre, the former professional baseball player and manager and a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, grew up with an abusive father. He kept this fact a secret for many years, until attending a Life Success seminar, where he revealed his past. He subsequently told the full story in an autobiography. He then decided he wanted to help others avoid the life he had lived and launched his nonprofit organization, the Safe at Home Foundation, which is dedicated to teaching the public about domestic violence. As a nonprofit, the Safe at Home Foundation relies on the support of community members who contribute both their time and money.

Online donations can be made at http://www.joetorre.org. Furthermore, prospective volunteers can fill out a form on the website and note their interests, skills, qualifications, and availability.

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An accomplished financial executive with two decades of experience on Wall Street, Sean Kemery served as an Executive Director and head commodities trader with Deutsche Bank AG in New York City. In this role, he managed a number of multibillion-dollar business lines on the S&P Goldman Sachs Commodity Index (S&P GSCI) and the Bloomberg Commodity Index. A former member of the Intercontinental Exchange Coffee Committee and the S&P GSCI Trading Advisory Committee, Sean Kemery possesses a wealth of expertise in areas such as base metals, livestock, agriculture, and energy. He regularly trades speculative positions and ensures minimal draw downs during profit-and-loss trading in a variety of market conditions.
Before taking up his current responsibilities, Sean Kemery spent time as a director and senior trader with UBS AG in Stamford, Connecticut. During his time with the firm, he maintained close communication with large institutional accounts and delivered a number of presentations on global commodity markets.
Sean Kemery holds a bachelor of arts in economics from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York.

Joe Torre Safe at Home Organizaiton

Sean Kemery was a senior trader with Deutsche Bank, where he focused on commodities, such as crude oil, gold and coffee.

Sean Kemery has an interest in philanthropy and supports organizations such as the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation. Joe Torre, the former professional baseball player and manager and a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, grew up with an abusive father. He kept this fact a secret for many years, until attending a Life Success seminar, where he revealed his past. He subsequently told the full story in an autobiography. He then decided he wanted to help others avoid the life he had lived and launched his nonprofit organization, the Safe at Home Foundation, which is dedicated to teaching the public about domestic violence. As a nonprofit, the Safe at Home Foundation relies on the support of community members who contribute both their time and money. Online donations can be made at http://www.joetorre.org. Furthermore, prospective volunteers can fill out a form on the website and note their interests, skills, qualifications, and availability.