A talented investment banking executive with more than two decades of experience in capital and financial markets, Henry R. "Hank" Minchin Jr., of Greenwich, CT, has been working at Credit Suisse for the past 15 years. First joining the company as vice president in 2000, he covered some of the top clients at the firm and was responsible for delivering Credit Suisse's products to a range of accounts. Within three years, he was promoted to director and took on such additional responsibilities as mentor for new hires and client relationship management. In 2007, the Greenwich resident earned his current title of managing director. In this capacity, Hank Minchin leads a team of more than 30 individuals and drives revenues across a range of business lines.
Henry Minchin began his successful career after receiving his bachelor's degree in business management from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania. He joined Bank of New York as an analyst upon graduation, and spent one year participating in the company's credit analyst program. In 1996, he joined Oppenheimer & Co. and worked as a sales trader for four years. During this time, he was responsible for covering several institutions, and he eventually earned the title of vice president before leaving the company and joining Credit Suisse. Since then, Hank Minchin has served in a variety of additional capacities, such as managing undergraduate summer internship programs and overseeing Yale University recruitment for trading and sales.