An experienced New York-based trader, Sean Kemery served as a senior commodities trader at Deutsch Bank starting in 2010. In his free time, he enjoys a variety of hobbies, including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, hunting and fishing, hiking, and reading. Also a sports fan, Sean Kemery follows the UFC as well as the NFL’S New York Giants.
With an eye on the 2020 season, the New York Giants organization has brought some additional experience to its passing defensive by adding four-year veteran cornerback James Bradberry to the team’s roster. Bradberry, who was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in 2016, signed a three-year contract with the Giants worth a reported $45 million, which makes him one of the NFL's highest-paid cornerbacks.
The Giants feel that the 26-year-old Bradberry is worth the big payday not only due to his defensive skills on the field but also because he can offer insight and leadership to the team's lineup of young corners. While the 6-foot-1-inch, 212-pounder is known for being quiet and reserved, he isn't afraid to coach other players when he sees mistakes being made on the field. Bradberry also leads by example with his consistent playmaking. During his career with the Panthers, he appeared in 60 games, recording 268 tackles, eight interceptions, and three sacks.
A senior trader for Deutsche Bank in New York City, Sean Kemery has spent more than 15 years as a finance professional on Wall Street. Sean Kemery also stands out as an active member of the community who supports a range of charities both in New York and around the country. Among other organizations, he regularly donates to the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation.
Founded in 2002 by longtime New York Yankee player and manager Joe Torre and his wife, Ali, the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation works to end the cycle of domestic violence and abuse through innovative school-based programs for teens. The organization’s hallmark program, Margaret’s Place, provides a range of healing and counseling services in designated “safe rooms” in school buildings and on campuses. Margaret’s Place also includes peer leadership training programs, individual counseling, and awareness campaigns.
Another highlight of the Margaret’s Place program is its violence prevention curriculum, Youth Empowered to Speak (YES). Aimed at students in grades 7 through 9, the YES curriculum is taught by specially trained counselors and educators over the course of five weeks with the goal of empowering students to end the cycle of domestic violence.
To learn more about the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation Margaret’s Place programs, please visit joetorre.org/our-work/margarets-place.
As an accomplished devotee to Brazilian jiu-jitsu, New York commodities trader Sean Kemery is an avid fan of the MMA and UFC. Sean Kemery follows the career of Jose Aldo, a young Brazilian fighter who recently lost his title of UFC featherweight champion.
At UFC 194 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in December 2015, Jose Aldo was forced to hand over his title to opponent Conor McGregor, “The Notorious.” The 13-second fight was a record for fastest knockout in a title fight, beating the previous record of 14 seconds held by Ronda Rousey. In what Aldo has dubbed a fluke, within the first few seconds of the match, McGregor responded to Aldo’s right hand with a straight left to the chin which drove him to the mat.
The loss was Aldo’s first since 2005 and broke an 18 fight winning streak. It was the first time Aldo has been knocked out.
Jose Aldo is known as one of the greatest fighters from Brazil. He is so popular that a movie about his rags-to-riches life is currently in the works. Born into poverty in Manaus, Brazil, Aldo eventually moved to Rio de Janeiro where he trained. He made his debut in 2004 and won his first UFC title in 2010.
Sean Kemery is a senior trader and director with Deutsche Bank in New York City. Outside of work, Sean Kemery is a football fan and enjoys following the New York Giants.
New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has filed legal action against ESPN and reporter Adam Schefter for the public release of a portion of Pierre-Paul’s medical records from last summer.
Pierre-Paul’s lawyers assert that Schefter unlawfully obtained the defensive end’s records following a July 4 fireworks accident last year, which revealed the amputation of one finger and a portion of the thumb. Schefter posted images of Pierre-Paul’s medical chart to his Twitter account, which boasts more than 4 million followers.
According to The Washington Times, the suit alleges that Schefter violated Florida statute 456.057, which states that medical records cannot be obtained or talked about with individuals not involved in the patient’s care.
Pierre-Paul is seeking more than $15,000 in damages.
Based in Manhattan, Sean Kemery is a senior trader with Deutsche Bank, where he focuses on commodities, such as coffee, soy beans, and crude oil. 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 www.joetorre.org. Furthermore, prospective volunteers can fill out a form on the website and note their interests, skills, qualifications, and availability.
Sean Kemery is an accomplished commodity trader with more than a decade of experience. A dedicated member of his community, Sean Kemery supports several charitable organizations, including Derek Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation.
Committed to motivating young individuals to live healthy lifestyles without the influence of drugs and alcohol, the Turn 2 Foundation maintains several scholarships, special programs, and signature programs in West Michigan, Tampa, and New York City. One of the organization’s signature New York programs is Turn 2 Us. The program was started as a collaboration between the Turn 2 Foundation, Morgan Stanley’s Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian, and Public School 128M of Washington Heights in 2001. Six years later, the program has grown to include Public School 4M.
The Turn 2 Us program focuses on spreading the Turn 2 Foundation’s mission to children in elementary school. Taking a holistic approach, the program helps the communities of PS 128M and PS4M promote mental and physical well-being through a series of school-based initiatives and services that are specifically designed for the families, students, and faculty at the schools. Some of the most recent activities and events Turn 2 Us has provided include a five-week Sports & Arts Summer Camp Program and a six-week seminar about communication.