Marc Rubinstein

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Marc Rubinstein has over 25 years experience as an analyst and investor in the financials sector. Between 2006 and 2016 he was senior analyst and portfolio manager on the Lansdowne Global Financials Fund, a fundamental long/short equity fund focused exclusively on the global financials sector. Prior to that, Marc was an Institutional Investor ranked analyst on the sell-side, most recently at Credit Suisse, where he was a managing director overseeing its European banks team.

Since winding up the Lansdowne financials fund in 2016, Marc has worked with various funds and financial institutions in a research and consulting capacity. He writes a popular weekly brief on the finance sector (netinterest.co) and is an active angel investor in fintech. Marc is a graduate of Oxford University and the London Business School.

Marc can be contacted via his newsletter or on Twitter (@MarcRuby).

 

Articles by Marc:

What Sort of Business is Investment Banking?

By Marc Rubinstein | May 4, 2021 | 4 Comments

What do investment banks do, and why are European investment banks so bad at doing it?

Great piece by new ET contributor Marc Rubinstein!

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