Stephen Raneri

Chief Investment Officer

sraneri@gmadvisorygroup.com | 631.227.3900

 

Stephen Raneri joined GMAG in 2017.

 

Stephen brings over 20 years of asset management experience to our firm. As Chief Investment Officer, Stephen is responsible for leading GMAG’s entire investment function, which includes leading our macroeconomic research process, developing our expectations for global markets and working with the rest of our research team to source best in class assets which, when combined into diversified portfolios, aim to deliver maximize risk adjusted returns for our clients.

 

Stephen and our research team work closely with our Portfolio Managers and Private Wealth Advisors to derive the mix of investment assets for our client portfolios that will align with their financial goals.

 

GMAG is committed to connecting our informed and developed investment outlook and views on markets to our clients and to the GMAG Team. As CIO, Stephen is charged with this essential communication function. He has proven himself to be skillful in this area as well as in his ability to engage directly with GMAG’s clients to discuss the selection of assets and asset classes that GMAG allocates to client portfolios. .

 

Prior to joining GMAG, Stephen served as the Chief Executive Officer of LionEye Capital Management, an alternative asset management firm that he co-founded in early 2009 with $3 million and which grew to manage approximately $1.4 billion in client assets in 2015. Throughout his career, Stephen has contributed to important firms in various capacities such as Managing Director of Ramius, Research Analyst at Soros, and Loeb, and Vice President of Bankers Trust. His experience in the areas of portfolio management, investment analysis, risk arbitrage management and research, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance, inform the depth and talent that he brings to GMAG.

 

Stephen graduated magna cum laude from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Economics and a concentration in Finance and Decision Sciences.