Analyst at Newbrook Capital Advisors, Hedge Fund
About Ryan Hoadley
Graduating in 2004 from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Ryan Hoadley was recognized with High Distinction, the highest possible level of honors available, and other honors. Possessing a Bachelor of Business Administration, Mr. Hoadley has performed numerous financial analyses and insight duties for various internationally recognized companies. During his time at the University of Michigan, Ryan Hoadley served as President of the Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity and Section Leader of the Michigan Student Assembly.
Immediately after graduating, Banc of America Securities, LLC, offered Ryan Hoadley a position in New York as a Corporate & Investment Banking Analyst in 2004. Until 2006, Mr. Hoadley served the organization by providing it with detailed analyses in order to streamline business and identify viable investment opportunities. Capable of providing honed analyses of investment opportunities, Ryan Hoadley produced a number of useful reports pertaining to the acquisition, refinancing, equity offering, or divestiture of particular companies. Currently, Mr. Hoadley serves as an Analyst with an equity hedge fund, where he utilizes his high level of proficiency in financial projections and insights.
Pittsburgh Pirates Bolster Their Bullpen and Add Neftali Feliz
A well-established New York financial executive, Ryan Hoadley manages a long/short equity hedge fund with Newbrook Capital Advisors. Ryan Hoadley is an avid sports fan who follows Pittsburgh teams, including the Pirates.
Looking toward the 2016 season, the Pirates have been active in the off-season and recently announced the acquisition of key pitching talent. On January 6, 2016, the team signed Neftali Feliz to a one-year contract valued at nearly $4 million. The right-handed pitcher broke into the American League in a big way in 2010 with the Texas Rangers, earning Rookie of the Year distinction. Over a career spanning 246 appearances, he has achieved a record of 15-12 and an ERA of 3.17, en route to saving nearly 100 games.
Feliz began the 2015 season with a subpar 4.58 ERA and was traded to the Detroit Tigers as a free agent in July. He subsequently earned a less-than-encouraging 7.62 ERA over 28 innings. Despite his 2015 woes, the Pirates believe Feliz still has the skills to make up for the loss of bullpen veteran Joakim Soria to the Kansas City Royals. A day after signing Feliz, the Pirates hedged their bets by acquiring another right-handed reliever, Trey Haley.
Pittsburgh Penguins Hold Annual Kids’ Open Practice for Local Students
An investment banking professional with over a decade of experience, Ryan Hoadley works as an analyst with a New York City-based hedge fund. Outside of work, Ryan Hoadley enjoys watching sports. He follows University of Michigan athletics and several Pennsylvania-based professional teams, including the Pittsburgh Penguins.
As part of the NHL’s Future Goals educational program, the Pittsburgh Penguins recently held its annual Pittsburgh Penguins Kids’ Open Practice on February 19, 2016, at the CONSOL Energy Center. More than 6,000 students and teachers from throughout Allegheny County attended the event, which gave them the opportunity to see their favorite Penguins’ players in action during a 30-minute practice followed by a friendly shootout competition.
The entire team--including Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby, who was the crowd favorite--took part in the Kids’ Open Practice. All students at the event were given the unique opportunity as a reward for reading at least 1 million words this school year.
University of Michigan Hosts NFL Pro Day for Prospective Professionals
Ryan Hoadley has spent nearly a decade working as an analyst for a New York-based hedge fund. With a BBA from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Ryan Hoadley continues to support the university’s sports teams, including Michigan Wolverines Football.
Michigan recently conducted its annual NFL Pro Day in March of 2016, which allowed a dozen Wolverines to demonstrate their skills for talent scouts from all of the NFL’s 32 franchises. In pursuit of a professional football career, the Michigan players completed trials in the weight room and engaged in position-specific drills during NFL Pro Day in the Al Glick Field House. NFL talent evaluators take a holistic look at each player, from locker presence to work ethic in order to ensure that the athlete is a good investment.
According to the NFL hopefuls at the University of Michigan, every member of the team has been preparing to meet professional standards since first joining the team. Wolverine athletes are expected to take initiative on the field, meet high academic standards, and work hard in every situation. Further, the close relationships Michigan players develop with their coaches help all parties to achieve new heights.
Two Sites to Explore in China
A financial professional with more than a decade of experience, Ryan Hoadley consults on hedge fund investment opportunities as an analyst in New York. Aside from his career, Ryan Hoadley likes to travel, and he recently returned from China.
When visiting China, consider making stops at the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. The latter, located in Beijing and home to the Palace Museum, is an ancient building surrounded by a moat. For five centuries, it remained off-limits to the public. It was not until the final Qing Dynasty that the palace opened its doors to visitors. Today, you can enjoy guided tours through the Golden Stream and Gate of Supreme Harmony. In addition, the Hall of Martial Valor, Three Great Halls, and Imperial Garden invite visitors to explore artifacts and artwork.
The Great Wall, also accessible from Beijing, spans 13,170 miles from the western to the eastern parts of China. It was built more than 2,000 years ago. While it has deteriorated over time and the China Great Wall Academy works toward better preservation of the relic, you can still trek across the nearly 30 percent of the structure that remains in good condition, as well as other areas that have historical significance dating back to the Ming Dynasty.