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Through a balance of science and finance, NYIP intends to help promising life science companies move forward.

A selection of our latest life science investments.

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NYIP is dedicated to improving healthcare. This includes support for healthcare foundations and community projects.

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An extensive network of experts and professionals to assess the financial solutions in which a company is in need of.

NYIP collaborates with bankers, management and other external sources to create a win-win situation.

View the companies, mostly in the field of biotechnology, NYIP has invested in.

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NYIP is sponsoring organisations with the goal to create new opportunities in low resource settings.

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About NYIP

Nyenburgh Investment Partners (NYIP) is founded by Alexander Jordaan, Dave van Mastwijk and Ivar van der Salm. Alexander and Ivar run a family office and together with Nyenburgh Holding B.V., represented by Dave they form a dedicated partnership, Nyenburgh Investment Partners.

With a combined experience of over 50 years in the financial markets, and the expertise of our in-house team of life science analysts, the partnership has an outstanding lever on investing in the comprehensive life sciences sector across Europe.

Alexander Jordaan

Alexander started his career at ABN AMRO Bank in The Netherlands, where he joined the asset management division with AUM in excess of EUR 200B. Alexander was part of the equity dealing team, overlooking the execution side of pan-European equity transactions. In 2001 he joined a pan-European hedge fund in London where he was responsible for building equity portfolios focussed on event driven situations as well as deep value strategies. In 2008 he returned to the Netherlands to start his own family office, Omega Capital. At Omega Alexander managed an equity portfolio focussed on 3 specific areas, Biotech, M&A and special situations. In order to optimize the investment opportunities he is one of the three founders of Nyenburgh Investment Partners.

Alexander holds a B.Sc. in Economics and a M.Sc. in Finance.

Dave van Mastwijk

Dave was first employed at MeesPierson Investment Bank, which was then part of ABN AMRO Bank. He was senior advisor to financial institutions worldwide on their equity investments in Europe. Being employed at MeesPierson he felt more compassionate on lifesciences. After MeesPierson he started, joined by a couple of MeesPierson colleagues, at Wedge Asset Management Europe. As he successfully concluded his 5-year mandate he then moved over to Nyenburgh Holding where he was made responsible for the investment portfolio. He now holds this position since 2005, where he has been active in numerous life sciences related capital transactions acting as anchor investor.

Dave holds a B.Sc. in Economics.

Ivar van der Salm

Ivar started his career at Fortis investments in Amsterdam, servicing private client portfolios in bonds and equities. He then switched to Delta Lloyd Bank, to oversee the sales trading business in European equities serving Tier-1 clients from London, New York and Frankfurt. In 1999 he joined Eureffect to become partner and overlooking the professional clients business, with a focus on Tech, Media and Telco. After running this business for 5 years he was made co-responsible for the highly successful hedge fund business within the company. Overlooking up to a 100 mln in assets and growing, he decided to start his own business and founded Tay Capital. The company is running a portfolio in equities and focuses on life science, M&A and deep value investment strategies.

Ivar holds a B.Sc. in Economics and obtained a RBA Title on the Amsterdam University, a post graduate education equivalent to the the American CFA title.

Gert-Daniël van der Schors

Gert joined Nyenburgh Investment Partners in April 2015 as a Life Science Analyst. Trained as health and life scientist, he acquired substantial knowledge in the areas of health care, health economics, clinical trials, infectious diseases, neuroscience and genetics. At Nyenburgh Investment Partners, Gert analyzes the scientific background of investment cases, to address some of the risk inherently associated with life science companies.

Gert holds a MSc in Biomedical Sciences from Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.

Sjoerd van Rijn

As the latest addition to the team, Sjoerd was appointed as Life Science analyst to strengthen the scientific and technical background of NYIP. Sjoerd is originally trained as a biomedical scientist with a focus in oncology research and acquired extensive experience as an academic researcher in various internationally recognized research institutes. He now utilizes his experience at NYIP for risk assessment of biotech investments. Sjoerd obtained a PhD. from the VU University in Amsterdam.

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Digital Photography Course

The Fundamentals of Digital Photography is a beginner photography course designed to help you master your digital camera. This course is offered by the NYIAD’s sister school, the New York Institute of Photography.

Below is a brief overview of the program. For more, visit — www.nyip.edu.

You’ll learn

  • How to turn your good pictures into great photographs
  • How to use the basic settings and modes on your digital camera
  • How to see the world like a photographer

Why Choose NYIP:

  • One-to-one feedback from a professional photographer
  • Online photography training you can access anytime, anywhere, at your own pace
  • Up to 18 months to complete your courses
  • 14 days to review the program risk-free
  • Certificate in Digital Photography from an accredited institution

NYIP’s Mentor Program:

NYIP is the only online photography school that provides you with a team of professional photographers who act as your teachers, coaches, and mentors. You will benefit from a personal relationship just like you would get in the classroom. NYIP mentors are there to answer your questions via phone or email at every turn.

In addition, you will submit photo projects throughout the course which will be evaluated by the teacher assigned to you. They are there to help you improve as you master the craft.

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New York Institute of Photography’s Fundamentals of Digital Photography is the perfect course for anyone interested in learning the art of photography. Learn to get the most out of your digital camera. Study focus, composition, exposure and lighting. Finally capture the photographic vision you’ve had in your mind’s eye- of your family, your life and your travels. New York Institute of Photography’s state of the art online course platform is easy to navigate and filled with photographs and video lessons brought to you by professional photographers. You’ll work one on one with an NYIP mentor- a professional photographer who will answer all your questions and provide valuable feedback on your work. And because it’s online, you can take the course wherever you are, whenever you want to, and at your own pace. Learn photography from a pro- enroll today.

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New York Institute of Photography Reviews

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to much not important information

Not comfortable pages to read. Difficult all the time click over picture to have a look. To much not nessesary information

I like it but there’s too much reading…

I like it but there’s too much reading more than photography in my personal opinion

Too much basic photography

Too much basic photography. Just want to learn photoshop. Limited on time. Lost interest.

It is the best photography learning…

It is the best photography learning institution which all type of photography training .

On unit 2
Mentor is very responsive to questions
And I really enjoy my pace learning

Great Professional

Great Professional. Very good course. I’m very happy with this online experience.

This program is overpriced and…

This program is overpriced and outdated. I am disappointed I spent this kind of money on this program. Also, you lose access to the materials after a certain amount of time which I find problematic at such a high price.

From the first lesson I received from…

From the first lesson I received from NYIP I WAS VERY IMPRESSED. The clarity of what the the course would expect from me and the simplicity of each lesson was great. I went from someone that new very little a DSLR to someone who can, now feels very comfortable with my new Canon 5 mark IV.

Thank you NYIP FOR YOUR HELP
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It was a great > It was a great class, especially the lighting portion.

NYIP delivers what they sa > NYIP delivers what they said they would and do it well. Their course is comprehensive and gives good value for money. Their phone support is also very good if you have issues or need advice.

Empowering experience!

Definitely NYI of Photography has been more that just techniques. Throughout every subject I have discovered a different way to see the world through the lens, to understand the real value and power of photography, to communicate and transcend the universal values to the community and to the world. Deeply thank you NYI of Photography for giving me the tools to empower to this magical world of photography!

This course was everything i hoped it…

This course was everything i hoped it would be. It was informative and helped me be more creative. It is technically challenging and makes you want to push your creativity farther!

First > First class online learning course material. Easy to navigate. Great topics. Very fast response and comments on work delivered. Would definitely recommend to fellow photographers.

Unique experience with NYIP

The NYIP online course is all I ever wanted to know about photography at one place. It has fulfilled my expectations and even more.

I like the course overall

New York Institute of Photography course

I like the course overall. It has given me some good tips on how to improve myself as a professional Photographer.

I like the Tutor I had.

There has been one time, when I was in disagreement with the content in the material. I pointed it out, but I was told: No, the data is correct. I went to a photoshop that I have a good connection with and they stated: No, this is not correct. It was a disappointment that my viewpoint was not taken into consideration.

I have also asked for help as English is a foreign language for me, but I was referred to Google, which normally makes texts even more confusing.

My course time ended and after a while I paid another course fee. I was promised a new «NYIP ID card», but I did not get any yet.

I do not find where I ended off. Maybe with some more computer programming it would be easier to see what I did and where I should continue.

Right now I am lost and don’t know where to restart.

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The Winners of the Three NYIP Photography Courses Are . . .

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The winners of the four NYIP photography courses are…

A BIG thank you to everyone who entered our recent competition to win one of three photography courses from our friends at NYIP.

The response was wonderful. In fact, it was so wonderful that the team at NYIP decided to offer a special 20% discount off any of their courses (details below). But first – here are the three winners of the competition for Fundamentals of Digital Photography Course – worth $749 (winners chosen by NYIP):

  • ETricco
  • Felicia Giberson
  • SD Art Teacher

A Message from NYIP (and a 20% discount)

“Congratulations to all three winners! And thank you to all the participants for your many comments. We were so excited to see how many people were interested in our Fundamentals of Digital Photography Course. To those who did not win, we wanted to let you know that for a limited time we are offering you the chance to save 20% on the NYIP Course of your choice. Learn more at www.nyip.edu. Simply use the code NY20 at sign-up. But don’t wait, because this offer is only available until November 8th EST – The NYIP Team”

  • Winners will be emailed with details of how to collect their prize by the team at NYIP.
  • Thanks to everyone for entering and to NYIP for yet again, sponsoring another wonderful competition.

Photo by NYIP Student Photographer, Finnur Tomasson

The winning comments:

By ETricco – This course seems to be just what I am looking for. I have dreams of getting into some sort of photography-related field (most often when the 3 1/2 walls of my cubicle feel like they’re closing in on me and I need to find a more fulfilling career ASAP), but how do you start?? They are probably pipe dreams, but I figure at the very least I would like to master the skills. I use manual settings all the time and end up with decent pictures, but they are the production of lots of shots and just testing out different settings to see what works. I want to move on from this try-and-see method to a more calculated, intent technique. Anyone can take a beautiful photo of something beautiful, but I want to gain the skills to take something ugly or ordinary and capture it in a beautiful frame- and to be able to do that consistently, knowing exactly how to go about it and why. I’ve been reading up on ISO and aperture and shutter speed and have a basic grasp of what they are and how they work together, but I can’t yet look at something and know what my settings should be. I think if I had the framework this course provides instead of the piecemeal learning I’ve been doing, pulling together tips and facts from different articles and forums I find, it would really pull everything together; moreover, I think I would also be a source of motivation, because I love learning but trying to teach myself on my own is often overwhelming and disheartening. Lastly, I love that this course can be done at my own pace, so it can fit into my already hectic life and I can really get the most out of it. Please pick me and rescue me from my Office Space nightmare!

By Felicia Giberson – NYIP to me is a place that cares about their students by helping them to become better photographers. Being able to be mentored by a professional photographer would be absolutely amazing. I never seem to be completely satisfied with my pictures and to be able to have a professional guide me and give me one on one feedback is priceless. I have been learning for over a year now and seem to have hit a roadblock in the way that my pictures are coming out. My focus, composition, and exposure always seem to be off and while I can fix exposure and composition in the computer I cannot fix the focus. I would be so excited to have someone be able to give me pointers to use so that I can correct this and other issues I am having. Watching videos online and reading articles only helps so much. I would love to have the chance to get that perfect final image in my photos that I see in my mind and I believe that the New York Institute of Photography can do that.

By SD Art Teacher – How could I use an NYIP course, oh let me count the ways…
First, I am a high school art teacher from a rural school in South Dakota. And I have been given a wonderful opportunity this spring to teach a photography class. (I have only been asking for this opportunity for about 10 years or so), but anyways, I have finally been granted my wish.

This brings me to my first problem. The last time I took a photography class we used this stuff called film and we had to edit, develop and process it in a room, called a “Darkroom” ironically. Hopefully these still exist, but no matter what, this is where I learned. Now not to make myself sound THAT old, I have owned a DSLR camera for about 10 years now. I just have never officially taken a class. I am very proud to be a self-taught photographer. But I think I am in over my head with this teaching photography thing.

NYIP could help me in so many ways because while I think I know composition, lighting and editing, I also know that I might NOT know everything. Usually this is hard for me to admit. But when it comes to photography, which is at the lower end of my knowledge pool, I would be grateful for any assistance I can get. I am especially interested in learning the editing phase of the class. I know enough about editing programs to basically be dangerous, but I am very nervous about teaching tips and tricks to high school students who are depending on me for every step of the process.

While I am nervous, I am also very excited to be teaching a photography class. I also think I am in a great position to not only use the knowledge I will learn from NYIP but to pass it on to future photographers who will learn the true art of photography. I hope to inspire them to find a passion in taking photos and learning to edit them so that they look like they have been created by professionals. My students might not become professional photographers but through my journey I hope to help them find their own adventure and love for photography. Who knows, they might even be inspired to pick up their own NYIP class in the future.

Thank you all again.

You can learn more about NYIP HERE

Disclaimer: NYIP is a paid partner of dPS.

December 26, 2000

3-1 «45 degree» sidelighting

Photograph an outdoor object — not a person — that you think looks good when lit by dirct sun coming at a 45 degree angle.

Canon Rebel 2000 35mm camera, 28-80mm zoom lens, exposure not recorded, ISO 100 Fuji Sensia II (slide film)

What a beautiful photograph! I like this very much.

Now is the light coming at a 45 degree angle as required for the assignment? I suppose so; it seems to be coming from the left of the camera. It’s fairly low; I can tell the few shadows that we can see are quite long. So the sun is moderately low but I would say probably about a 45 degree angle or maybe a little more. The important thing is that it is such a well-composed photograph.

I’m very interested in your note about trying to use as slow a shutter speed as you could while at the same time trying to prevent camera shake. There actually is a little bit of camera shake in this picture, but the incredible thing is that this is one of those rare cases where I think it actually adds to the photograph. The highlights within the trees that gently accent the variations of colors are just slightly blurred, which gives it somewhat of a painted quality. I think it adds to the beauty. And then when you add to it the fact that even though the water looks very placid, it must have actually been moving quite a bit. You can tell by the reflections in the water that are much more blurred than the trees themselves. That indicates movement of the water while the shutter was open.

The composition is just excellent, the way you used the foreground to add a greater feeling of depth to the photograph. This is well done.

3-2 «90 degree» sidelighting

Photograph an outdoor object — not a person — that you think is enhanced by light coming from the side (either left or right) — that is, 90 degree sidelighting.

Canon Rebel 2000 35mm camera, 28-80mm zoom lens at 28mm, f/16, unknown shutter speed, ISO 100 Fuji Sensia II (slide film)

I found this photo interesting because you took something that in of itself is not particularly interesting and made a lovely photograph of it. I think the composition is very good and the balance is very good.

There’s no doubt that the light is coming from the side. You can tell from the highlights and shadows that accentuate the ribbed feeling of the wall. The sky is a lovely rich blue and the colors are very good.

This definitely fills the need of the assignment.

3-3 Backlighting

Photograph an outdoor object — not a person — that you think is enhanced by the dramatic effect of the sun coming toward the camera and backlighting the object.

Canon Rebel 2000 35mm camera, 100-300mm zoom lens at 300mm, f/22, unknown shutter speed, ISO 100 Fuji Sensia II (slide film)

You don’t need much imagination to appreciate the beauty of your backlighting shot. When you see something like this, you just say to yourself «Thank God I’ve got my camera with me.»

This is beautiful. The interplay of the highlights and the shadows on the water, the subtle changes of color, and the positioning of the birds are excellent. I am surprised that at f/22 the foreground is as out of focus as it is. On the other hand I see this was done with a 300mm lens and so I guess this would pretty much explain it. But, it doesn’t bother me at all. I actually feel that the out of focus foreground enhances the picture. This is beautiful work.

I personally would have placed the birds a little more to the right in the photograph, a little closer to a one thirds, two thirds relationship. But when the print was made, an 8×10 is not in the same format as 35mm and so you had to crop some of it out. I would be curious to know if it was cropped equally on both sides, or if more was cropped out on the left or right.

3-4 Open Shade Portrait

Photograph a person outdoors lit by open shade.

Fujica ST705W 35mm camera, 100mm lens, f/4, unknown shutter speed, ISO 160 Kodak Portra VC (color negative film)

The lighting is obviously very soft. We have highlights and shadows but the transition from highlight to shadow is slow and soft and even.

We’ve got lovely detail in the hair, but because this was shot at f/4 the background is just enough out of focus so that it adds emphasis to our subject as opposed to distracting from it.

My main concern, however, is the direction of the light. Even though this is coming from a very large light source, it is coming from the right of the camera. Consequently the brightest highlight in the photograph is the girl’s ear. I think it would have been better had you simply moved more to your right so that the girl’s face would have followed you. Then, more of that light would have been in front of her face and there would be more of a modeling effect on the cheek and the face as opposed to that hightlight.

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Nyenburgh.
Leader in Professional Global Trading.

Proprietary Trading

Nyenburgh is actively trading for its own book at the leading regulated trading venues around the globe.

Arbitrage Trading

Arbitrage trading is about profiting from price difference of the same instrument(s) at different markets.

Partnerships

Traders become a partner in a partnership, traders work in an entrepreneurial manner to manage their own trading book.

With over a combined 50 years of experience, NYIP is investing in the comprehensive life sciences sector across Europe.

Nyenburgh.
Leader in Professional Global Trading.

Proprietary Trading

Nyenburgh is actively trading for its own book at the leading regulated trading venues around the globe.

Arbitrage Trading

Arbitrage trading is about profiting from price difference of the same instrument(s) at different markets.

Partnerships

Traders become a partner in a partnership, traders work in an entrepreneurial manner to manage their own trading book.

With over a combined 50 years of experience, NYIP is investing in the comprehensive life sciences sector across Europe.

Nyenburgh offers

  • Low and transparent transaction costs
  • Unlimited upside
  • Professional market access to leading trading venues
  • Focus on trading
  • Crystal clear deal
  • Reliable, solid and professional organization
  • Comprehensive trading system
  • High-level support
  • Inspiring trading environment
  • Highly experienced- and specialized team of professionals
  • Decisive, flat and informal company structure
  • A professional desk on the trading floor of the Amsterdam Exchange, or trading remotely from own location.

Nyenburgh is

  • A member of Euronext Cash and Derivatives markets, ICE Europe, Eurex, Xetra, Swiss Exchange, Nasdaq OMX, London Stock Exchange and the Oslo Børs.
  • Worldwide active at leading financial markets, mainly with proprietary trading, arbitrage trading and long-term investments in Life Science companies (NYIP). In addition, the company offers professional traders the opportunity to rent a workplace on the former trading floor of the Amsterdam Exchange, or from any location in the Netherlands. Nyenburgh has gained a unique position within the professional trade community in the Netherlands through its professional trading facilities, unique partnership structure and very competitive rates.
  • Licensed and regulated by The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and the Dutch Central Bank (DNB).
  • Always looking for talent! Are you driven, excellent analytical and mathematical skills? Get in touch with us!

Interested to become a Nyenburgh trader?

Years of experience

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