CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER
Ms. Delevska is the Founder and CIO of SPEAR. She founded the Advisor in 2021 after spending 14 years evaluating and investing in industrial and industrial technology companies. Ms. Delevska spent four years covering Multi-Industry companies at Deutsche Bank as a Vice President (2017-2018) and Gordon Haskett as a Director (2018-2021). Prior to that time, she spent 10 years as a Senior Analyst on the buy-side at several long/short hedge fund platforms: Tiger Management, Millennium Management, Citadel Asset Management, and Davidson Kempner.
Ivana started her career at JP Morgan in the Mergers and
Acquisitions Group. She graduated from the University of Chicago in 2006 with a BA in Economics.
David Snyder has decades of experience investing in industrial and cyclical companies. Mr. Snyder held several senior leadership positions including Partner and Industrial Sector Head at Maverick Capital and Herring Creek Capital, and Cyclical Sector Portfolio Manager at Zweig Dimenna Partners and Pequot Capital. David started his career at Salomon Brothers and Donaldson Lufkin and Jenrette (DLJ) where he spent over 10 years as a senior Chemicals and Machinery Analyst, ranking first place by Institutional Investor for several years.
John Inch was a leading industrial equity research analyst for over 25 years at Bear Stearns, BofA Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank and most recently Gordon Haskett Research Advisors. John was highly ranked for many years in the most influential sell side surveys. He started his career at Morgan Stanley after obtaining an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. During his long career on the sell-side, John was highly regarded for his out-of-consensus opinions and objective research.
Bryan Devenny spent over 15 years as a Portfolio Manager managing industrials and materials portfolios at Millennium Management, Balyasny Capital Management, and UBS O’Connor. Bryan started his career at Price Waterhouse as a financial auditor. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.