Marius feels in close relation to Frankfurt as the new upcoming FinTech hub. The 24-year-old founder and Managing Partner of Radenbrock started his FinTech in 2017 while studying at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management. Be it during his work at Deutsche Börse alongside his studies or in his private life: Capital markets have always been a key interest in his life. Radenbrocks goal was to ultimately democratize alternative investment strategies based on Machine Learning, thus becoming one of the first active robo advisors. Due to regulatory changes in 2018 however, the startup changed its course to cater to the high interest of institutional investors in Machine-Learning-based investment. This month, Radenbrocks first investment product in cooperation with a renowned family office starts trading at Düsseldorf Stock Exchange. The product based on the "Radenbrock Artificial Intelligence Index" combines the power of alternative data and proprietary machine learning to identify market inefficiencies across asset classes.