Chuck is a thirty-year veteran of political forecasting for institutional investors and President of Capital Alpha Partners, the independent Washington research firm he co-founded in late 2007. In addition to election risk and overall policy-related investment strategy, he specializes in trends and developments impacting the mortgage, specialty finance and education sectors. From 1995-2007, Chuck worked for Prudential Financial, ultimately serving as senior vice president and head of Prudential Equity Group (PEG) Washington Research. He joined Prudential in February 1995, twelve years after entering the field as a partner in The Washington Forum, a division of the former Drexel Burnham Lambert. Before entering the field, he worked as a legislative assistant to Rep. Clarence J. Brown of Ohio.
|CQA Fall 2012||Election Direction||Capital Alpha Partners|
|CQA Spring 2014||Stressed Capital: ObamaCare, Financial Reform, Elections & Austerity||Capital Alpha Partners|