Bard MBA

Rick Stuckey

Investment Professional 

Rick Stuckey Ph.D. (Economics), The George Washington University, B.S. (Economics), University of Delaware. For the past decade Rick has been involved in solving some of the financial markets’ thornier problems. In the late 1990s Rick and five others from selected financial institutions managed the failing hedge fund, Long Term Capital Management (LTCM), which threatened the stability of numerous financial institutions. In 2007 and 2008 Rick managed and liquidated Citigroup’s portfolio of Subprime mortgage derivatives. In 2009 when Citigroup split itself into “legacy and ongoing banks” Rick managed and liquidated their portfolios of corporate loans, commercial real estate properties, residential mortgage securities and derivatives from around the world. Previously, Rick headed a number of global trading businesses for Salomon Brothers and Citigroup. Rick is currently an advisor to a global credit hedge fund. He also teaches courses on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance to MBA students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and gives lectures on the financial system to universities and other organizations. Rick is on the Board of Millbrook School, a college preparatory school with a mission of environmental stewardship including the country’s only accredited zoo at the secondary school level.