Michael Bykhovsky BS’83
Michael Bykhovsky earned his BS in applied physics from Columbia, his MS in physics from UCLA, and pursued a PhD in physics at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. In 1996, Bykhovsky founded FIS Applied Analytics (formerly Applied Financial Technology), a mortgage analytics company that provided software and databases for mortgages, mortgage-backed securities, bonds, and all other interest rate sensitive instruments. He sold the company in 2007 to Fidelity National Information Services. Prior to starting his own company, Bykhovsky held positions at Fisher, Francis, Trees & Watts, Hyperion Capital Management, ABN-AMRO, and Prudential Securities.