Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Benjamin Jagoe and Brad Bryndal, Vice Presidents at Huizenga Capital Management, spoke to AIM students

Ben Jagoe and Brad Bryndal of Huizenga Capital Management Visited the AIM Program

Dr. Krause, Patrick Schulz, Ben Jagoe and Brad Bryndal
Benjamin Jagoe (Marquette alumnus) and Brad Bryndal, Vice Presidents at Huizenga Capital Management spoke to students in the Marquette University AIM Class of 2017 on Wednesday, April 6, 2016.

Image result for huizenga capital managementHuizenga Capital Management is the family office for the Huizenga family and is located in Oak Brook, Illinois. Huizenga Capital Management was founded in 1990 and oversees investments in a wide range of asset classes, including private equity, hedge funds, public securities, real estate and oil & gas. The Huizenga family has been involved in founding, operating and investing in numerous successful businesses including Waste Management, Blockbuster Video and a wide range of private businesses, including professional sports teams. The firm was recognized by Institutional Investor as its – “2012 Family Office of the Year.”  

Ben Jagoe and Brad Bryndal addressed AIM students
Ben has visited the campus in the past and has hired interns to work at the investment office during the summer. In 2015, Patrick Schulz (a student athlete and member of the Applied Investment Management Class of 2016) served as a Research Analyst Intern at Huizenga Capital Management. 

Other past AIM students who interned with Huizenga included  John Hurley (who is an Analyst at Citi in Chicago) and John Schneider (who is an Investment Analyst at Parametric in Minneapolis.

Dr. David Krause, AIM program director said, “It was a pleasure to host Ben and Brad on campus today. They did an excellent job presenting to the students in the AIM Class of 2017. They talked about the range of investments and decision-making process within a family office. The students asked many good questions and it was a timely visit. I know that their examples of different stock screening methods will likely be employed by our students.” Later in the day they interviewed five prospective intern candidates.