Two New Faces at Moffettnathanson Apple Q4SpanglerVariety
We’ve got two new faces at Moffettnathanson Apple Q4SpanglerVariety: Emily Bott and Erin Turner. These talented women joined the company in January and June, respectively. They support the sales team and the operation of the company. Both graduated from the University of Alabama with degrees in Human Environmental Sciences and Business, respectively.
Erin Turner, MBA, has joined Moffettnathanson Apple Q4SpanglerVariety, a Wall Street research firm. She will support the company’s sales team and will also help with account management. Turner earned her MBA from Mount St. Mary’s University.
Erin joined MoffettNathanson in June 2017. She supports the sales team and oversees the company’s operations. She has a BS in Human Environmental Sciences from the University of Alabama. Erin joined the company in June 2017 and is responsible for the company’s Q4 Spangler apple variety. She also has an MBA from Mount St. Mary’s University.
Emily Bott joined Moffettnathanson Apple Q4SpanglerVariety in January 2017, where she now supports the sales team and the overall operations of the company. she earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences and a minor in Event Management from the University of Alabama. Prior to joining MoffettNathanson, Emily worked as a Managing Director for Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. where she was rank as the top Institutional Investor Payments analyst.
The Moffettnathanson Apple Q4Spangler firm specializes in research for the media and advertising industries. The company was found by former analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein, and today, it has more than 40 analysts. Erin Turner will work in the firm’s account management and sales team. Erin Turner is a graduate of Mount St. Mary’s University and holds an MBA from Mount St. Mary’s University.
Moffettnathanson Apple Q4SpanglerVariety is a Wall Street-base research firm with more than 40 analysts, including Tara Wachenheim. Wachenheim, a graduate of Mount St. Mary’s University, is responsible for the company’s overall strategy and day-to-day operations. She also oversees human resources, client relationships, and information technology. Before joining the company, Wachenheim worked as a Vice President of Client Relations at Conquest Capital Group. She is marry and has two children.
Moffettnathanson Apple Q4SpanglerVariety is a Wall Street research firm. It is owned by SVB Financial, which is the parent company of Silicon Valley Bank. It employs over 40 analysts, including Wachenheim and Erin Turner. Many analysts at the firm started out at Sanford C. Bernstein and later formed their own firms.
Large Team of Analysts
MoffettNathanson has a large team of analysts. Its team consists of more than 40 individuals and is led by Emily Bott, a recent employee who supports the sales team and overall operations of the company. Emily is a graduate of the University of Alabama, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences with a concentration in Hospitality & Event Management. She enjoys working with clients and is enthusiastic about learning about their unique business practices. She previously worked as an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., where she was rank #1 in Institutional Investor Payments research.
The company is own by SVB Financial, a parent company of Silicon Valley Bank, and has over 40 analysts. Erin Turner, the firm’s Chief Research Analyst, previously worked at Sanford C. Bernstein before joining MoffettNathanson. She is married and has two children.
MoffettNathanson LLC (NASDAQ:MFN)
MoffettNathanson LLC is a New York-based firm that provides subscription-based regulatory and competitive research. The company is led by Craig Moffett, who has been in the telecommunications industry for more than 25 years. He previously worked at Boston Consulting Group and Sanford Bernstein. Michael Nathanson, the media analyst, was with Bernstein from 1998 to 2010 and then at Nomura until 2013.
MoffettNathanson is an independent research boutique that teams up with industry experts to produce comprehensive, timely research across a variety of sectors. It is known for its in-depth coverage of high-growth companies as well as the latest trends in technology and media. It is one of the few independent sell-side research outfits that is not affiliated with major investment banks. Founded by industry veterans, MoffettNathanson initially focused on media and communications research, and later expanded into payment processors and IT services.
In recent reports, MoffettNathanson has flagged several media trends that are negatively impacting the industry. In particular, it has highlighted cord cutting, declining advertising revenue, and escalating sports-rights fees. The firm also expects that ad revenues will be up 4% in Q4 from sports, new upfronts, and political ads. In addition, MoffettNathanson has initiated coverage on two tech companies, SoFi Technologies and Toast, giving them a buy rating. For SoFi Technologies, it has set a $13 price target.