Who is Andy Hubbard?
Andy Hubbard was born in the mid-1970s, and is a businessmen, noted for his work as a part of UBS O’Connor in New York. However, he’s perhaps best known for being the husband of news correspondent Stephanie Ruhle, who anchors the show “MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle” and “Velshi & Ruhle”.
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The Net Worth of Andy Hubbard
How rich is Andy Hubbard? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $2 million, earned through success in his various business endeavors. His wealth has also been potentially elevated thanks to the success of his wife, who has a net worth estimated to be over $5 million. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Very little is known about Andy’s life before his association with Ruhle – he hasn’t shared details regarding his family and childhood, nor is much known about his motivations and experiences which led him to a business career, as after matriculating from high school, he enrolled at Princeton University to study for a degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Princeton is an Ivy League university founded in Princeton, New Jersey and the fourth oldest institution of higher education in America. It was founded as one of the nine colonial colleges and existed before the American Revaluation. A year after its founding, it moved to Newark, New Jersey where it resides today. The school provides undergraduate and graduate degrees in various disciplines. According to reports, they have the largest endowment per student in the US and ranks either first or second among national universities, holding the top spot for 16 years from 2001 to 2018. Numerous award winning individuals have been affiliated with Princeton along with two US Presidents, and 12 US Supreme Court justices.
After completing his degree, Andy then began working for the company Suisse Financial Products as a derivatives marketer. He worked his way up to become the associate manager of the company, staying there until 2000 before leaving to join the company called Kiodex. The company provided financial services, though it was later acquired by the multinational company called SunGard. During his time there, he worked as a Director of Product Development for three years, before moving on to Deutsche Bank, becoming the Vice President in Equity Derivative Prop Trading.
Deutsche Bank is an investment bank and financial services company with its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. They have a large presence in the Americas as well as in other countries, and are the 15th largest bank in the world by total assets, and the largest German banking institution. He stayed there for just a year, and was then offered a bigger role and larger salary at Credit Suisse, where he was appointed chief of US Structure Credit Derivatives Trading. He stayed there until 2014, before moving to UBS O’Connor, which he now serves as the firm’s Managing Director.
Wife – Stephanie Ruhle
Stephanie is an international business graduate of Lehigh University, and started out working in the finance industry. She spent a lot of time with Credit Suisse in hedge fund sales, working her way up the company. She later worked for Deutsche Bank, altogether spending 14 years working in finance. In 2011 she joined Bloomberg Television, co-hosting the early morning program called “Inside Track”. The following year, she became the host of the late morning program “Market Makers”, before hosting “Bloomberg GO”.
Over the course of her career, she has profiled numerous figures, such as Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, business magnate Russell Simmons, NBA basketballer Kobe Bryant, and former Vice President Al Gore to name a few. She became one of the top reporters to break high profile stories, such as the 2012 JPMorgan Chase trading loss, and a documentary on Haiti’s rise from devastation after the 2010 earthquake. Aside from her work with Bloomberg, she’s a columnist for “Shape” magazine, and has also written for “Working Mother”. She later left Bloomberg, to start working for MSNBC as a part of the network’s morning lineup.
Personal Life and Social Media
For his personal life, it is known that Andy first met Stephanie in the late ‘90s while both of them were competing in the same global training program at Credit Suisse. After getting associated, the two started dating, later getting married after years in a relationship. While the exact details of their marriage have not been shared, it is known that they have three children and reside in Manhattan, where in 2019 the couple bought a four story townhouse valued at $7.5 million. Prior to that, the two owned a condominium in Tribeca worth $5.2 million.
Happy Birthday to my beautiful, strong, and loving wife @SRuhle You are one-of-a-kind and I don't know where I'd be without you. Keep striving to make a better world for our family and all families of the world. #ILoveYou pic.twitter.com/DWAcUCsPkK
— Andy Hubbard (@TigerDog20) December 24, 2017
There have been no negative rumors surrounding the couple’s relationship and things are going strong based from their online posts. Similar to numerous businessmen, he is highly active online through accounts on social media. He has a Twitter account which has over 400 followers though he does not post on it often. The last post he did on the account that mentioned his wife was in 2017, in which he posted a photo of the two. Since then, he’s only tweeted on the website two other times. Despite his wife’s popularity, he prefers to stay away from the spotlight, and focus on his career as well as his family.