State of the Industry and Making Sustainability Work Economically
Michael E. Hoffman, Managing Director, Environmental Services Research, Stifel
What to make of falling commodity prices but global synchronis economic growth and a plummeting stock market how does Solid Waste fit in to that fundamental backdrop.
Michael E. Hoffman joined Stifel in 2014. Based out of the Baltimore office, Mr. Hoffman is a Managing Director in the Diversified Industrials sector, covering Environmental Services.
His past awards include ranking #2 in pollution control from Institutional Investor, Greenwich Associates, and Reuters.
Mr. Hoffman has been an analyst for more than 30 years, having also been an analyst with Wunderlich Securities, Friedman Billings Ramsey, Credit Suisse, Robertson Stevens, and Salomon Brothers. He was director of research at Wunderlich, president, chief operating officer, and director of research with Caris, deputy director of research, head of fixed income research and group head of diversified industrial research with FBR, and head of global value research at Credit Suisse.
Mr. Hoffman earned a B.S.E. from Widener University and an M.B.A. from the Johnson School at Cornell University. He is the 2001 owner/rider winner of the Maryland Hunt Cup, an avid fly fisherman and errant golfer.