Brad Hintz to leave Wall Street to take up teaching

Departure

Brad Hintz, a Sanford C. Bernstein analyst who covered investment banks including Goldman Sachs for more than a decade, is leaving Wall Street to become a professor at New York University.

Bloomberg News reports that Hintz, 64, said he will help teach a course on managing financial institutions at the Stern School of Business. 

The class’s other professors are former Goldman Sachs executive Roy Smith and Philip Ryan, an ex-chief financial officer at Credit Suisse, Hintz said in an e-mail.

'I have enjoyed my years in equity research and the opportunity it has given me to offer public commentary on the dynamics of Wall Street', Hintz said. 'I have been elated by my successes and humbled by my market mistakes'.

Hintz, a former CFO of Lehman Brothers and treasurer at Morgan Stanley, has been among the highest-rated analysts covering Wall Street banks since he joined Bernstein in 2000. He predicted some of the effects new capital rules and regulations would have on trading units at the biggest banks.

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