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Alex Tingle, 27, UBS

Alexander Tingle UBS

Caroline Sinno

Alex Tingle wears several hats at UBS, where he is a New York-based director in the firm’s investment bank focused on the technology, media, and telecommunications sectors.

Outside of working with clients day to day and executing deals, he’s also long been interested in the strategy side of what it takes to keep an investment bank humming.

Last year he helped launch the bank’s private financing markets group, a unit geared toward connecting wealthy clients with private capital markets investments, a fast-growing space that firms are increasingly embracing. That group was expanded across the firm this year.

He is involved with recruitment and workforce diversity efforts at the bank, sitting on the investment bank’s Diversity & Inclusion Council and the Pride Leadership Council for UBS Americas.

“I’m really proud of the brand that we have built for students in the LGBTQ community, because I think for a lot of gay kids Wall Street still looks like somewhere that’s unapproachable, that it’s very macho, very traditional,” Tingle said, adding he believes the wider industry has made progress in distancing itself from that image over the years.

A native of Ontario, Canada, Tingle has been with UBS for his whole career on Wall Street, since he graduated from Boston College six years ago. He now coheads campus recruitment, a passion, for his alma mater, which is UBS’ largest target school for junior investment banking hires. He also heads up the firm’s LGBTQ+ recruiting efforts in the Americas.

He was previously a summer analyst as a college sophomore and junior with the Swiss firm before joining full time in 2014.

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