Bill Feingold Named Senior Convertible Analyst Cutler Capital2019-11-09T02:03:28+00:00

Bill Feingold Named Senior Convertible Analyst Cutler Capital

Worcester Telegram – June 2019

WORCESTER — Bill Feingold has been named senior convertible analyst at Cutler Capital Management, LLC, an investment management firm.

At Cutler Capital, Mr. Feingold will provide research and analysis of the US convertible market, helping the firm’s investment portfolio managers balance income, growth and risk for their clients. Cutler Capital said the company and its clients will benefit from the proprietary convertible rating system that Mr. Feingold developed at Hillside Advisors, a financial services consulting and publishing firm he co-founded in 2014.

Mr. Feingold, of Tarrytown, New York, appears frequently in the financial media (including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNBC, and Bloomberg) as a de facto spokesman for the convertibles asset class. He is also the author of three books on convertibles and the financial markets.

“Bill has been known for years as an expert within the convertible world,” according to Geoffrey K. Dancey, president of Cutler Capital Management. “We look forward to providing his valuable insights to our institutional and high net worth clients.”

Mr. Feingold’s previous roles include serving as a proprietary trader at Goldman Sachs and head of convertible research at Lehman Brothers. He has an MBA in finance with distinction from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in economics, Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude from Yale University.


Cutler Capital Management, LLC of Worcester, Mass. and Clearwater, Fla. ( is an investment advisory firm registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, specializing primarily in investing in convertible securities, community banks and real estate investment trusts to provide growth and income to high-net-worth investors, corporations, family offices, endowments and charitable foundations. Cutler currently manages $320 million in assets.