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Craig Moffett

Partner and Senior Research Analyst, MoffettNathanson

Craig Moffett

Craig Moffett has been elected to Institutional Investor Magazine’s All-American Research Team in the US Telecom and/or Cable & Satellite sectors on eighteen separate occasions, including nine separate appearances as the #1 analyst in America in either US Telecom and/or Cable & Satellite.  He has also been rated the #1 analyst in the US Telecommunications sector by Bloomberg Markets, and he has consistently ranked #1 in Research Quality in Greenwich Research’s annual survey in both Telecommunications and U.S. Cable and Satellite sectors.     

Prior to founding MoffettNathanson, Mr Moffett spent more than ten years at Sanford Bernstein & Co., LLC as a senior research analyst.  In 2011 he became the first analyst in the firm’s history to be ranked #1 in two sectors simultaneously by Institutional Investor.

He was previously the President and founder of the e-commerce business at Sotheby’s Holdings, the venerable auction house.  In 1999, he led to what was then the highest first year sales of any consumer website ever launched.   

Mr Moffett over eleven years at The Boston Consulting Group, where he was a Partner and Vice President specialising in telecommunications.  He was the leader of BCG’s global Telecommunications practice from 1996 to 1999.  While at BCG, he led client initiatives in the US local, long distance, and wireless sectors, in both consumer and commercial services, and advised companies outside the US in Europe, Latin America, and Asia.  His relationship with a US RBOC spanned more than a decade, and he was the author of more than 20 articles about the telecommunications industry during the 1990s.  He published analyses and forecasts of the overcapacity and pending collapse of the US long distance business as early as 1998.  
Mr Moffett graduated from Harvard Business School with Honors in 1989.  He received a BA from Brown University phi beta kappa in 1984.

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