Luke Deasy

Junior Financial Analyst

Portrait of Luke Deasy

Luke Deasy is a Junior Financial Analyst with the 20/20 Capital Group. Mr. Deasy is experienced and skilled in data analytics, with competence in multiple platforms, including, but not limited to, Excel, R and Python.

Prior to joining 20/20, Luke worked with the University of South Carolina's Baseball Team as a statistical analyst. The bulk of his work consisted of implementing linearly-weighted statistics, commonly known as sabermetrics, into the university's data systems. Mr. Deasy has also worked with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, where he assisted in the collection and interpretation of clinical data.

Mr. Deasy recently transferred from the University of South Carolina to Carnegie Mellon University. He is pursuing a bachelor's degree from Carnegie Mellon in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences as a Statistics major. At Carnegie Mellon, Luke is a member of the Wall Street Club's Investment Banking Academy, which operates under the umbrella of the Tepper Finance Group. The Investment Banking Academy is a selective training program for undergraduate students that focuses on industry knowledge, networking and technical/behavioral concept preparation in support of a future in investment banking. Luke also recently founded, and currently moderates, the Central Catholic Finance Association, which is a club dedicated to student exposure to careers in finance.

Mr. Deasy's work during summers and vacations, in a family engineering company, and many stories exchanged with his grandfather, who is the well-known CEO/founder of that firm, have provided Luke with a deeper than typical understanding of engineering and professional service companies.

Luke enjoys science fiction novels, sports, generally, and basketball. Luke currently resides, and is originally from the Pittsburgh, PA area, and attended Central Catholic High School, where he was the Captain of the varsity Basketball team, and graduated with academic distinction.