Following to his graduation in B.S, Otmane El Rhazi joined for a two-year program at the Mohammed V College in Casablanca Morocco the CPGE. In attending the school, El Rhazi distinguished himself educationally, mainly in the subject of math, physic, and science, and tutored students in his spare time to make ends meet. In spite of the fear to fail and the fierce challenges and concurrence, Otmane El Rhazi graduated with honors from the program in 2000. He spent seven years in the management of emerging market and commodities funded by debt collateral, three years in Bonds, Equities, and Forex Trading, and 2 years as a Program Developer, where he reached company projects and development for classified and defence systems. His trainings were also very dedicated to informatics and technology. In .Net and C++ El Rhazi has found a lead to success.
He was an innovator for Levy process modelling and its usage in the French market modelling, a real distinctiveness that has contributed to well assess the nuclear assets of the State and provide the right rates to citizens. His work in the field of engineering began after concluding the preparatory classes for over two years and it had a lot of design and art subject and literature. In July 2012, he started trading Forex and equities for his own hedge fund that he started as a CEO and partner. Devoted to trading, valuation and dynamic modelling, Otmane El Rhazi has been a professional banker with understanding on a wide-range fields of engineering and scientific disciplines. Being organised to use those programming languages has given him with a complete new set of tools that he has not had before, and unlocked various career prospects in the consulting industry.
Out of the office, El Rhazi likes to exercise some music or trial with some new technologies to improve or modernise the sound listening experience. His interests in diverse musical areas led to his passion for mixing tracks and adding a personal touch to each musicians: Writing Music in a limitless seas of possibilities. Otmane El Rhazi also keeps a popular C++ library which streamlines the process of developing cross platform acoustic plug-ins. He developed his own audio plugins build in C++, which have been integrated with Winamp in his music collection.