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|Date of Birth:|
|Age:||41 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Father||Drew Beachley Hubbard|
|Birth Place/City||Park Ridge, New Jersey|
|Working For||Bloomberg Television|
|Married to||Andy Hubbard|
|Online Presence||Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia|
|TV Show||Market Makers|
Stephanie Ruhle is the classy, sassy extremely good looking managing editor, host as well as the editor-at-large for the Bloomberg Television of America. The television headquarters are based on New York. This co-host of the 10-12 pm ET show “Market Makers” is known to have interviewed several industry titans as well as for having broken the 2012 story of the London Whale and for identifying the trader behind the 2012 JPMorgan Chase trading loss. Also actively involved in women’s leadership rights and interests, she is considered to be a highly attractive as well as a strong persona.
Born in December 24, 1975, Ruhle grew up in Park Ridge, New Jersey and graduated from the Lehigh University with a bachelor’s degree in international business. Immediately upon graduating on the year 1997, she debuted her career at Credit Suisse where she spent six years on working at the hedge fund sales. Ruhle got promoted to the post of vice president and also became one of the highest producing credit derivatives salesperson in the country. She studied her majors in Guatemala, Kenya and Italy.
After her tenure in Credit Suisse, Stephanie joined the Deutsche Bank on 2003. She entered the bank as a credit salesperson for covering hedge funds and left after eight years as a managing director of the Global Markets Senior Relationship Management. She oversaw relationships for the bank’s largest hedge fund clients and clearly impressed on doing so. During this period of time, she founded the Global Market Women’s Network, targeted to help women to get uplifted from the age old norms of the society and move into the leadership roles at the company.
As of October 2011, Ruhle was called upon to join Bloomberg Television. Her early job was to co-host a two hour early morning program called “Inside Track” with co-host Erik Schatzker. A year later, both hosts joined the “Market Makers”, a late morning program with duration of two hours. This program has led her to interview business tycoons and industry icons including musician Kanye West, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, hedge fund managers Stanley Druckenmiller and David Tepper, musician Sean Combs, NBA player Kobe Bryant, former Vice President Al Gore as well as business magnate Russell Simmons.
Another of her notable achievements has to be her effort on breaking the story of the London Whale. On April 2012, she along with Bloomberg’s other reporters Bradley Keoun and Mary Childs broke the story of the trader behind the JPMorgan Chase trading loss on 2012. Reports came out that the London based trader at JP Morgan Bruno Iksil had collected large positions and had played a significant role in distorting prices in the 10 million dollar credit derivative market.
Another of her famous stint was her provocative response on June 2013 to comments on women in trading by Paul Tudor Jones’ for the Huffington Post. Many responses from the media and financial industries arose from her response and were hugely talked about in America.
Ruhle is also a columnist for the website Shape.com, which is a branch of the Shape magazine. She is also a LinkedIn influencer and was also portrayed on October 2012 on the cover of Working Mother magazine. She has been profiled by the 201 Magazine, IWantHerJob, Business Insider, and Glass Hammer as well as on Fit Pregnancy on the April/May edition of the 2013 issue.
A feminist and a supporter of women’s rights and empowerment, she founded the Corporate Investment Bank (CIB) Women's Network which works actively for women’s rights. She is also a member of board of trustees for Girls. Inc. New York and also co-chaired and founded the women on Wall Street (WOWS) steering committee. A former member of the iMentor Corporate Advisory Board she is also a member of 100 Women in Hedge Funds, a corporate council of The White House Project and also The Women’s Bond Club. The White House Project is a not-for-profit organization which works in the advancement of women in aspects related to government, business as well as media. Ruhle also serves on the board and also advises for the React to Film which is an issue based documentary film series.
As far as her personal life is concerned, it is known that Stephanie had had an affair with boyfriend Andy Hubbard whom she met when working in Credit Suisse and later married. She is known to have three children and it is also known that she, her husband and her children reside in Manhattan. As far as her status as a co-host and editor is concerned, she is regarded to be a very sharp, intellectual personality with a flair of doing things right. Her sexy looks and personality define her and she looks perfect on screen. Her salary, as expected is definitely very high and no news about any kind of divorce issues with her husband have ever arisen. She keeps her private life very secret and reveals very less about it.
Stephanie is known best for her sexy legs, perfect dressing sense and charming on screen presence. Her wiki page gives out many details about her life and she can be followed on social networking sites like twitter, facebook and LinkedIn. Her intellect and beauty have earned her a lot of fans and she will continue serving as a highly popular editor and host for the Bloomberg Television for several more years to come.