Julian Feder is the creator of The Generation Z exchange-traded fund (NASDAQ: ZGEN). ZGEN is the first ETF created for Generation Z, focusing on companies born after the internet. Julian is also the founder of Alkali Fintech LLC, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor, which sponsors ZGEN. Julian created Alkali to increase Generation Z’s, almost non-existent, representation in the financial markets and to make it easier for Gen Z to start investing for their future sooner. He will be attending Columbia University.
Julian has been investing for five years. He is also a working actor who has starred in over one dozen feature films and network TV series. He has acted against stars such as David Strathairn, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jean Reno, Ruby Rose, Rupert Evans, Tituss Burgess, Tom Everett Scott, and many others. Julian’s most acclaimed work was in A Boy Called Po, where he played the title role. The film won 11 awards, including six for Julian as Best Actor. That year, he went on to win Hollywood’s Young Artists Award (Best Performance in a Feature Film) and Young Entertainer Award (Best Leading Young Actor in an Independent or Film Festival Feature).
Julian was born in Tokyo, lived in Singapore for eight years, and now lives in America. Julian is an advanced tennis player and has been a spokesperson at dozens of Autism fundraising events.