I asked Bill if he could help my teenage daughters with their college essays. He showed them how to cut out the fluff (we had no clue how much fluff was there until Bill showed us) and focus on what differentiated them. After he worked with them, forcing them to get rid of everything they didn’t need and to include everything that really mattered, their essays were tight as drums. I never realized how much you can say with so few words. The essays told my daughters’ stories. Both of my daughters were admitted to their top-choice school, one of the most competitive programs in California. I can’t recommend Bill’s work highly enough.
-Robert Sasaki, CEO, K & S Company, Albany, CA.
I had the great pleasure of working for Bill during my first year in the investment industry. He is one of the absolute experts in convertible bonds, and I was lucky to have the opportunity to learn the basics of the asset class from him. While our time together was fairly brief, he has continued to be an incredibly valuable mentor and friend to me in my young career. He is a great analyst, skilled trader, prolific writer, and a fantastic teacher. He is passionate about markets and very driven and I would absolutely recommend him for any type of portfolio management, advisory or educational role.
-Sean Edelman, Analyst, Wellesley Asset Management.
Bill Feingold is a portfolio manager who cares about making money for his clients. During our time at Clinton he patiently taught the marketing team the ins and outs of convertible bonds and how to articulate his strategy to our potential clients. He is more than a portfolio manager. He is a team player, leader and someone I would be honored to work with anytime.
-Thomas Munster, Former Managing Director, Clinton Group LLC, New York.
Bill has been a great teacher and mentor, challenging me to learn and think on my feet. Patient, decisive, and intellectual, I am very glad to have had Bill as part of my summer analyst experience.
-Bernadette Cay, Writer and Leadership Coach, Former Product Manager at Google and MoPub (acquired by Twitter), San Francisco. Bill was Bernadette’s mentor at Goldman Sachs.