Coronavirus Investing Series, Part 9 | Shelly Lombard

Columbia Business School / Wharton, Guest Lecturer

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This is Part 9 of a special Coronavirus Investing Series. If you have not listened to Part 1, please click here to get the overall context/market overview during this unprecedented time.

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Overview

In this episode, I interview Shelly Lombard who spent over 30 years on Wall Street.  Shelly started her career with financing leveraged buyouts at Citibank and then spent the rest of her career either at a hedge fund investing in high yield and distressed companies or at a research boutique covering those companies.

During the 2007-2009 automotive crisis, Shelly was one of the most quoted auto analysts on Wall Street, frequently appearing in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and on CNBC.

Currently, she reviews investment ideas for a family office; trains new analysts at several leading investment banks; and guest lectures in the executive education programs at Columbia and Wharton.

She is also an active investor in two startups: GuessWhatIBroughtYou.com which delivers cool souvenirs made locally to a traveler’s hotel or home and MilleMoney, which features financial content for novice investors.

 

STAYING IN TOUCH WITH ERIC SCHLEIEN

STAYING IN TOUCH WITH SHELLY LOMBARD

 

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