Stratford Shields is a successful entrepreneur. He serves at Loop Capital Markets. He is the managing director. Mr. Shields is an avid reader. He is in touch with current events. Being a financial banker, he relies on such news to be able to keep in touch with his clients. He works with the banking sector to cover major clients not only in Midwest but Northeast too. Prior to becoming a finance banker, he served as the head of State Controlling Board. He was also the deputy director of Ohio’s management and budget offices. To offer excellent services to his customers, he spends most of his time meditating on how to implement viable strategies for customer’s needs. He also helps the company to create innovative solutions designed to meet consumer’s demands.
When there is a need, he creates a solution that has successfully worked for a different client to help others in need. Stratford Shields is keen on different marketing strategies that have supported his business. He delivers on various tasks and increases productivity. He is also updated with crucial information regarding his clients. He keeps track of their personal information regarding style and preference. In business, he implores entrepreneurs to think outside the box. That strategy has earned him tremendous achievements. As such, in 2012, he spearheaded the privatization of the prestigious parking system at Ohio State University. The deal was sealed at $483 million. The funds were paid up -front. Students have benefited from scholarships and research programs. Stratford Shields has also served as the finance executive in charge of Morgan Stanley since 2007. The company offers banking and underwriting services with the aim of financing health care, public power, airport, housing, and higher education. Before Morgan Stanley, he was the head cheerleader of the Midwest Region. He was in charge of the finance department. He also served as VP at Prudential Securities. Mr. Shields has a B.A. in History. He is an alumnus of the Ohio State University. He also attended Columbia University for International Relations. He then joined the Columbia Business School for an M.B.A. in Finance.