Reuben Advani is a seasoned financial executive and author. Reuben began his career with the Wall Street bank, Morgan Stanley where he worked in the firm’s debt capital markets group. He later joined the firm’s corporate finance group where he worked on debt and equity offerings for multi-national energy companies. After Morgan Stanley, Reuben joined Sony Corporation where he evaluated acquisition targets and developed an equity option pricing model. Reuben then went on to found, build, and sell a financial education company that offered finance courses to corporations and law firms worldwide.
More recently, Reuben has been active in the education technology space with a focus on structuring cross-border partnerships and joint ventures. Additionally, Reuben was a founding partner a real estate investment firm focusing on multi-unit residential properties.
Reuben has been featured in Investor’s Business Daily and US News and World Report, and on Bloomberg Radio's Your Money Talks.
Reuben holds a BA from Yale University and an MBA from the Wharton School. He also serves as an adjunct professor of finance at several of universities.
Reuben authored the successful business books, The Wall Street MBA, published by McGraw-Hill and Financial Freedom, published by Apress. The books are sold in bookstores around the world.
$200 million convertible equity offering for oil and gas company
$100 million debt shelf for telecom equipment company
Structured sale of financial education to $120 million test prep company
Structured five year, multi-million-dollar licensing agreement with Chinese education company