• Andy Lewis Hubbard was born in 1973, works in the banking finance sector, and is married to Stephanie Ruhle, a well-known correspondent currently working for the MSNBC network.
• He launched his career in 1997, and has since worked at the Credit Suisse bank, Kiodex, Deutsche Bank, UBS O’Connor, and is currently Managing Director at UBS O’Connor.
• He and Stephanie met in 1998 while working at Credit Suisse, and are now married with three children.
• He is an avid traveler and sports fan, and enjoys rock music, while Stephanie is a reporter and journalist, and founder of the Women’s Network Corporate Investment Bank.
• He is 46 years old, 5ft 7ins tall, and has a net worth of over $3 million.


Who is Stephanie Ruhle’s husband? Andy Hubbard Wiki Bio

Andy Lewis Hubbard was born in 1973 in the USA – he holds American nationality, and works in the banking finance sector. He came under the spotlight after marrying Stephanie Ruhle, a well-known correspondent currently working for the MSNBC network.

Early life and education

Andy grew up in the US, and was raised with his younger brother named Jesse by their parents, who were both very sporting. During his time at high school, he played as a lacrosse midfielder just as his father while he was in high school. After matriculation, Andy enrolled at Princeton University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering in 1995.

Andy’s career

Andy launched his career in 1997, when he began working at the Credit Suisse bank in their finance sector – he served as an associate manager before being promoted to derivatives marketer, but then quit in 2000. He continued working in the finance sector in the online risk management system called Kiodex, and was soon promoted to work as the Director of Product Development. He quit this job in 2003 after being offered a job at Deutsche Bank, which is currently the 15h biggest bank in the world – while there, he worked in the equity derivative property trading sector as its Vice President.

In 2004, he switched back to Credit Suisse as their Chief of US Structured Credit Derivatives Trading – he stayed with them for a couple of years, before moving on to work for the private hedge fund institution called UBS O’Connor. He has been working for them to this day, and has recently been promoted to Managing Director.

Love life and marriage with Stephanie Ruhle

Stephanie Ruhle is an MSNBC reporter, who worked in the finance sector with Andy before launching her career as a TV reporter – they met in 1998 while they were both working at Credit Suisse.


Andy Hubbardand and Stephanie Ruhle with their children

They began dating shortly afterwards, and married in 2002, appearing on the Business Insider financial and business news website’s “Wall Street’s Hottest Power Couples” list. The couple is blessed with three children named Reese, Drew, and Harrison, and the family of five is living in their home in the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, having initially lived in Tribeca for several years after their wedding.

Hobbies and other interests

Andy has been very sporting throughout the years, and played lacrosse for both his high school and college’s teams.

Travelling is his main hobby, and he has been all around the US and visited and worked in several European countries such as Switzerland and Germany. He is a family man who enjoys spending his free time with his family.

Andy has been a fan of the rock scene through the years, with his favorite bands being AC/DC and Guns ‘n’ Roses – he has attended numerous concerts around New York with his wife, although their taste in music differs, as Stephanie prefers listening to pop and jazz. They are both lovers of animals, and have a pet dog.

Appearance and net worth

Andy is 46 years old. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall, and weighs around 136lbs (62kgs) – his net worth is over $3 million, while Stephanie’s net worth is over $5 million.

Who is Stephanie Ruhle, Andy’s wife?

Stephanie Leigh Ruhle was born in Park Ridge, New Jersey USA, on 24 December 1975 – her zodiac sign is Capricorn and she holds American nationality. She is a reporter and a journalist, who came under the spotlight after becoming an NBC News correspondent in April 2016.

Stephanie spent her childhood in Park Ridge, where she was raised by her father Frank and mother Louise – she attended Lehigh University, from which she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in international business in 1997. She also spent time studying in Kenya, Italy and Guatemala.

During her senior year, Stephanie launched her career in the finance sector when she interned at the Merrill Lynch investing and management division of Bank of America. After graduation, she joined Credit Suisse, spending six years there eventually working as a vice president.

In 2003 she switched to work at Deutsche Bank, and is credited with founding the Global Market Women’s Network, which has the goal of helping women win leadership position in companies.

She launched her career as a journalist in October 2011 when she joined Bloomberg Television – she began by hosting the “Inside Track” morning show, before moving to the “Market Makers” late morning program in 2012. She left Bloomberg that year, and began working as a freelance reporter covering the London Whale story.

She became a host of her own show entitled “Haiti: Open For Business?” in 2015, a documentary focused on Haiti’s market conditions after the earthquake that devastated the country in 2010. In April 2016, she joined the MSNBC network, and is currently co-hosting their “Velshi & Ruhle” morning business program which airs every day except on Sundays.

She is also currently working as a columnist for the “Shape” magazine’s website Shape.com.

“Working Mother” magazine featured her on their cover page in October 2012, while the “Fit Pregnancy” website had her featured on their website in the summer of 2013. Stephanie is the founder of Women’s Network Corporate Investment Bank, and is serving as one of the chairperson’s of the Women on Wall Street committee. She is a part of several other organizations, including being a member of the board of trustees at Girls, Inc. New York, and 100 Women in Hedge Funds.


Benjy is currently a reporter for BiographyPedia based in Adelaide, Australia. Prior to joining BiographyPedia in July 2019, he was a Bizarre TV reporter and theatre critic at TheSun. Benjy has also written for DailyMail and TMZ. Benjy studied journalism at Goldsmiths University of London, graduating in 2009. You can contact him at [email protected].

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