Jeremy brings 15 years of experience in healthcare, both as a sell-side analyst and as an investor relations advisor. Jeremy covered both medical devices and healthcare services as an analyst at such firms as Bank of America, Oppenheimer, and Cantor Fitzgerald, and he was quoted regularly in the financial press. As the founder of Whalebone Advisory, he built extensive experience developing and executing investor relations strategies for pre-IPO and publicly-traded healthcare companies and counseling senior executives on messaging to Wall Street, including guidance philosophy, earnings preparation, and corporate access plans. Jeremy presently serves on the boards of the Edgemont Community Council and of the Fraternal Order of Bendin-Sosnowicer. Jeremy earned an MBA in Finance from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University, a Diploma in Economics from the London School of Economics, and a BA in Economics and Political Science from the University of Chicago.
Dan Ferry joins LifeSci Advisors from Guggenheim Securities, where he specialized in connecting healthcare companies with buy-side investors, venture capitalists, KOLs, sell-side analysts, and the investment bank. Mr. Ferry spent nearly 4 years at Guggenheim Securities putting together numerous non-deal roadshows, collecting feedback from investors, and helping shape investor outreach strategies. Prior to Guggenheim, Mr. Ferry worked at Lazard Capital Markets where he participated in many successful healthcare company financings. Over the course of his career, Mr. Ferry has developed long-standing relationships with the healthcare investment community. Mr. Ferry received a BS in Finance from the University of Southern California. He currently resides with his wife and three children in the Boston area.
Ashley R. Robinson has 20 years of experience in institutional equities, with a focus on the healthcare sector. He began his Wall Street career at Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc., where he spent time in both the New York and Boston offices. Following this, Mr. Robinson spent 14 years at Leerink Swann (now Leerink Partners, LLC), where he was a Managing Director and Partner. At Leerink, Mr. Robinson helped establish and build the institutional franchise, and was responsible for covering the firm’s largest accounts, which allowed him to develop deep relationships with many leading healthcare investors. During his tenure, Mr. Robinson served as “Deal Captain” on most of Leerink’s capital markets transactions, and was the primary liaison between sales and equity capital markets.
Prior to joining LifeSci, Mr. Robinson was the Healthcare Product Specialist and Sector Head at Guggenheim Securities, LLC, where he was responsible for building a research franchise in that sector. Mr. Robinson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hobart College. He double-majored in Economics and Russian Area Studies, and played Soccer, Lacrosse, and Squash.
Head, Global NDRS
Casey DeBaecke has more than 25 years of experience in Institutional Equity Sales. She began her career in the Boston Office of First Boston Corporation working in Equity Research. Casey then spent fifteen years at Credit Suisse where she was responsible for Institutional Equity Research Sales in the MidAtlantic Region. Prior to joining LifeSci Advisors, Casey worked for 10 years at UBS in the Institutional Equities Group providing Research Sales coverage to accounts in the MidAtlantic territory. Casey graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Minor in Asian Studies.
Non-Deal Roadshows – Private Wealth Meetings
Eric Ribner joined LifeSci Advisors as a Vice President in October 2017, focusing on the firm’s Retail Non-Deal Roadshow (NDR) efforts. Previously, he was a Senior Loan Advisor at Multifunding LLC where he advised businesses on their loan and debt options. Previously, he served as Chief Financial Officer of MetalX. Eric spent more than 20 years working on Wall Street in various capacities, including as an Executive Director of Institutional Sales at Oppenheimer & Co. for 9 years and on the buy-side, first as a Managing Director of Equity Research at NorthStar Capital Funds and then as a Senior Vice President at George Weiss Associates, where he helped manage over $200 million in equities in the financial, industrial, energy and metal sectors. Eric resides in New York and has two children