With more than 30 years on Wall Street as a hedge fund CIO, investment banker, broker, and author Dutch has been a part of the teams that took some of Americas most popular and successful companies public, ran a multi-strategy hedge fund, and participated in numerous private placements of equity and debt, Specializing in finding under covered special situations that can drive Alpha, Dutch provides in depth discovery-based research of emerging companies with unique products or services often in cutting edge or emerging industries.
Founded by Nate Anderson, CFA, CAIA, Hindenburg Investment Research specializes in forensic research and activist short-selling. Our experience in the investment management industry spans over a decade, with a historical focus on buy side equity, credit, and derivatives analysis.
While we use fundamental analysis to aid our investment decision-making, we believe the best edge can be had by uncovering hard-to-find information from atypical sources. In particular we look for situations where companies may have any combination of (i) accounting irregularities (ii) bad actors in management or key service provider roles (iii) undisclosed related-party transactions (iv) or illegal/unethical business or financial reporting practices.
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Sharon di Stefano has spent 20 years as an analyst, beginning her career at Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co. specializing in medical devices, pharmaceuticals, healthcare information technology, and biopharmacology. Ms. di Stefano had also served as Senior Venture Officer for the Edison Innovation Fund, implemented through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority that provided funding for early-stage life sciences companies. Industry experience includes laboratory research for Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Department of Defense.
Ms. di Stefano received a Masters of Science degree, in Business, from Johns Hopkins University in 1986, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Delaware in 1984 with a minor in biology.