About Tony Ehinger

Tony EhingerTony Ehinger recently served as Managing Director of Investment Banking at Credit Suisse, where he provided high-quality work for over 25 years. After entering the company’s Associate Training Program of the First Boston Corporation in 1986, Mr. Ehinger managed the equities group and progressed to a leadership role in equity sales. Starting in 2003, he held the title of Co-Head of Global Equities, and he ran Credit Suisse’s equities business for over six years. In 2009, Mr. Ehinger assumed the role of Co-Head of Global Securities in the Investment Banking division, where he fostered partnerships that benefited its fixed-income and equities efforts. He also led the endeavor to create a client-focused coverage model. During his time with Credit Suisse, he additionally collaborated with the securities franchise on culture and talent programs and holiday fundraising initiatives.

Before joining Credit Suisse, Tony Ehinger held a sales position at Datapoint. He received a Master of Business Administration at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business after completing English and economics studies at Drew University. Mr. Ehinger remains highly involved with Drew University. He and his wife, who is also an alumnus, are substantial benefactors to the university and have helped to fund a large-scale renovation of the University Center, which serves as one of the school’s main social hubs. The Ehinger Center, named for its largest contributors, will open within the year, sporting a new floor plan, lecture hall, and roofline, along with a coffee shop, two fireplaces, and other features. After the building’s completion, Mr. Ehinger anticipates beginning new charity-oriented projects.

Tony Ehinger currently resides in New Jersey. In his leisure time, he enjoys gardening, cooking, and golfing.


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