Bloomberg TV hires new anchor
Stephanie Ruhle, who spent 14 years on Wall Street, has been hired by Bloomberg Television to be a correspondent on its “Inside Track” show during the mornings.
Beginning on Monday, Oct. 24, Deirdre Bolton, who previously co-anchored with Schatzker, will anchor a new program, “MoneyMoves” at 1 p.m. ET, where Bolton will focus on covering market volatility and investing.
Before joining business journalism, Ruhle worked at Credit Suisse First Boston, where she was a vice president, and Deutsche Bank, where she was managing director in global markets senior relationship management overseeing relationships for some of the firm’s largest hedge fund clients. Prior to that role, she was a top producing salesperson covering multi-strategy hedge funds.
She stayed at Credit Suisse for six years working in hedge fund sales and moved to Deutsche Bank’s institutional client group in 2003.
She founded Deutsche Bank’s Global Markets Women’s Network five years ago, and she was also the co-chair of Deutsche Bank’s Women on Wall Street steering committee.
Ruhle is also on the board of Girls Inc. of New York City, a non-profit organization focused on helping the cognitive, emotional, intellectual and physical development of girls. With Girls Inc., Ruhle is working on a program called Financial Fitness 4 Life.
Ruhle, who grew up in Park Ridge, N.J. and attended Lehigh University, was featured in 2009 on the cover of Working Mother magazine.