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Stacey Hadash was a Managing Director at Bank of America and head of the Metro New York and Technology East markets in the Global Commercial Bank, accountable for over $1 billion in revenues. Prior to that role, she was Chief Operating Officer for Global Capital Markets, with responsibility for growing a $6 billion international business with 750+ headcount.
As head of Metro New York, she orchestrated the delivery of integrated banking solutions to clients across the Middle Market, technology sectors and non-bank financial institutions. Stacey’s tenure was characterized by record setting investment banking revenues, returns that exceeded targets, as well as increases in both market penetration and client satisfaction.
In her prior role as COO for Global Capital Markets, her responsibilities encompassed Equity Capital Markets, Investment Grade Debt Capital Markets, Leveraged Finance and Origination for Rates & Currencies. She facilitated the successful integration of Capital Markets during the Bank of America/Merrill Lynch merger. Her leadership of operational excellence initiatives for “New BAC” reduced expenses by $50 million annually. She started at BofA as COO of Mergers & Acquisitions.
Previously, Stacey was Head of Financial Planning at The New York Stock Exchange where she executed an operational transformation that improved the budgeting and forecasting process. As an M&A banker at Goldman Sachs, she relocated to London and managed the $500 million Communications, Media & Technology group. Stacey began her career at Morgan Stanley as an Analyst in real estate investment banking.
Stacey brings a strong communications background as well, having worked on political campaigns and at the consulting firm Public Strategies with Governor Ann Richards. During the Clinton Presidency, she was appointed as a Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic & Business Affairs, Daniel K. Tarullo.
Stacey is an Independent Trustee of the JP Morgan Private Markets Fund. As a board member of The Police Athletic League, she chairs the Finance Committee and is on the Head Start Committee. She is a member of The Ann Richards School Foundation Advisory Council. She is a Henry Crown Fellow and member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.
Stacey holds a BA from Smith College and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.