Advises clients on a variety of transactions and special situations, including mergers and acquisitions, proxy fights/shareholder activism and restructurings, as well as investor relations programs.
Began career in financial services providing strategic financial advice to companies, and their investors/stakeholders and evaluating/executing public and private equity investments
Jeff can usually be found running the roads of East Hampton training for his next running adventure or cooking for his friends and family.
Jeff Huber is a Managing Director in the New York Office.
Jeff advises clients on a variety of transactions and special situations, including mergers and acquisitions, proxy fights/shareholder activism and restructurings, as well as investor relations programs.
Recent assignments includes advising PVH Corp. on executing its first investor day in over a decade, Ford Motor Co. on the creation of two distinct ICE and electric vehicles business, Harley-Davidson on the spin-off and merger of its EV motorcycle division with a AEA-Impact Corp, and Durational Capital Partners on its acquisition of Casper Mattresses. Jeff has also supported investor relations programs for SAP, HP Inc. and Stanley Black & Decker.
Jeff brings a deep understanding of the buy side and their perspective on evaluating public and private equity investments.
He was previously a Director in Conway MacKenzie's Private Fund Services group, where he provided investment management and financial advisory services to general partners, limited partners and portfolio companies of alternative asset managers. While at Conway MacKenzie, Jeff served as interim CFO of Ford Models.
Jeff also served as an investment analyst for a long-biased hedge fund and family office where he was responsible for identifying, analyzing and executing public equity investments. He began his career as an investment banking analyst at Miller Buckfire, where he advised clients on complex restructuring transactions.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics and Finance from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University (cum laude).