Founder & CEO of KKM Financial
Jeff Kilburg is the Founder & CEO of KKM Financial. Mr. Kilburg, known in the industry as "Killir", has been trading the markets for nearly fifteen years. Jeff started his career at the CBOE in Chicago. After working at Jon & Pete Najarian's Mercury Trading, he moved to the CBOT, now known as the CME Group.
He started trading his own fund in the 30-year Bond pit in the late 1990's, then assumed a top-step position in the 10-year Note pit and has traded more than $20B (notional value) worth of US Treasuries. KKM's strategies utilize Futures, Stocks, Options, and ETFs. As a Financial market expert with a wide range of expertise, Jeff regularly appears on CNBC's "Fast Money" and "Power Lunch" as an official CNBC Contributor. He also provides insight to "Squawk Box," "Squawk on the Street," and "Closing Bell." In addition, Jeff is regularly featured on Yahoo Finance’s “BreakOut” show. Jeff has been publicly credited with calling the historic low in the 10-year Note of 2012.
In 2012, Jeff formed KKM, a Registered Investment Advisory Firm. KKM offers multi-strategy investment options and works with a wide spectrum of accredited investors, from institutional clients to high-net worth individuals.
A four-year football scholarship student-athlete at Notre Dame under Coach Lou Holtz, Jeff graduated from The Mendoza College of Business at The University of Notre Dame in 1997. He holds Series 7 and Series 63 licenses and sits on the Board of St. Joseph Hospital’s Development Council in Chicago.