Andy Hubbard has an impressive amount of net worth which is $2.5 million. He makes his source of income from the finance industry. Besides that, people recognized him as the husband of television personality Stephanie Ruhle.
Furthermore, he has worked for many well-established companies like Deutsche Bank, and so on. Hubbard is the co-CEO of HausMart in 2018.
Let's look at some information about Andy Hubbard to know how he accumulates his net worth.
Hubbard earns around $700 thousand per annum as a financial analyst and manager. He is working as the Co-CEO of 'HausMart', the online app-based marketplace since 2018.
Previously, the businessman served for Credit Swiss and UBS O-Connor. Andy has worked as Vice President for Deutsche Bank in the Equity Derivative PROP Trading Section.
Ruhle's husband began his career as an Associated Manager and Derivatives Mrjeter in a Swiss Bank in 1997, there served for 3 years. Then, joined Kiodex in the position of the Director of Product development.
Sold Lavish Condo
Andy Hubbard and 'NBC News' correspondent has sold their luxurious Tribeca condo. The house is 2,783 square foot which consists of three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a garden, and some more things. It was designed by Stacey Ruhle Kliesch.
Their house was sold for $5.2 million whereas now they are living in a New York townhouse for which they dropped $7.5 million. It is located on 82 street, between Third Avenue and Lexington which covers 3,420 square foot.
Wife's Net Worth
His wife, Stephanie Ruhle is the owner of $5 million whereas her annual salary is $2 million that she earns from NBC and MSNBC. She managed to amass from her career as correspondent and anchor.
Her professional life began in 2011 as co-host of 'Inside Track'. After that served for 'Market Markers', 'Bloomberg GO', and many more. Ruhle has also produced and appeared in the documentary 'Haiti: Open For Business?' and 'Shark Land: A Mission Blue and Fusion Expedition'.
Before being a television personality, she was working in the finance industry. The host has served for Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank. Currently, she is the founder of the Corporate Investment Bank (CIB) Women's network.