NEW YORK – Guggenheim Securities, the investment banking and capital markets division of Guggenheim Partners, announced today that Chris Pasquale will join the equity research department as a Director covering the Medical Supplies and Devices sector. He will commence work at Guggenheim in April.
Mr. Pasquale will be coming to Guggenheim from J.P. Morgan, where he worked on the top-ranked medical supplies and devices team, according to the Institutional Investor Magazine 2015 Rankings.
“We are excited to have Chris on our Healthcare team,” said John Hervey, Director of Research at Guggenheim Securities. “His company coverage brings an important new dimension to our Healthcare coverage; strengthens the outstanding fundamental research team of Tony Butler, Louise Chen, and Bill Tanner; as well as complements the outstanding policy research that we produce through our Washington Research Group.”
Mr. Pasquale earned his B.S. at Duke University. He will operate out of Philadelphia, where he resides.
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*Assets under management are as of 12.31.2015 and include consulting services for clients whose assets are valued at approximately $47bn.
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