JEFF ANDRESKI

Strategic Advisor

Jeffrey B. Andreski is a Managing Principal for JBA Strategic Advisors focused on analyzing and providing strategic solutions for broad array of companies in the financial industry.  By operating through a merchant banking structure, Jeffrey is able to leverage his lending network and provide specialty financing to undercapitalized companies, assist in restructuring and develop strategic processes to enhance shareholder value.

Prior to forming JBA Strategic Advisors, Jeffrey was a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs managing the U.S. Convertible Trading Department.  Jeffrey’s responsibilities included managing the team’s client relationships, instituting hedging protocols to mitigate factor risk exposure, working with the capital markets teams to provide corporations with unique solutions for their financing needs, developing strategic initiatives to advance the franchise domestically and globally, and hiring and developing team members to enhance the business.

Jeffrey joined Goldman Sachs from Credit Suisse where he was a Managing Director and head of U.S. Convertible Trading, co-founder and lead risk officer for the Equity Linked Principle Strategies Group, a member of the equity divisions management team and active member of the college recruiting effort.  Jeffrey started his professional career at Credit Suisse as a Technical Associate as part of their mortgage team before transitioning to trading and risk management for the convertible and equity derivative group. 

Jeffrey is a CFA charter holder and a member of the New York Society of Securities Analysts.  He has been active with Horizons at the Rumson Country Day School acting as board member and Treasurer.  Horizons is a non-profit organization to help less fortunate children enhance their learning experience, improve language skills, while obtaining life lessons such as swimming and cultural emersion.  Jeffrey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management and Information and Decision Sciences from Carnegie Mellon University.