SVP and Senior Analyst, U.S. Telecommunications, U.S. Cable and Satellite Broadcasting
Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.
Craig E. Moffett was recently voted the #1 analyst in America in both the Telecommunications and Cable & Satellite sectors in Institutional Investor Magazine's All-American-Research poll.
He has been voted the #1 Cable and Satellite analyst in America in Institutional Investor, and in the Greenwich Associates Research Quality Survey, for the past six consecutive years. In Telecommunications, he has been a member of the Institutional Investor All-American Research Team in each of his four years covering that sector. He was voted #1 in the Greenwich quality poll in Telecommunications in each of the past three years.
Mr. Moffett joined Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. as the Senior Analyst for U.S. Cable and Satellite Broadcasting in 2002. He added coverage of the U.S. Telecommunications sector in 2007.
Mr. Moffett spent eleven years at The Boston Consulting Group, where as a Partner and Vice President he led the firm's global practice in Telecommunications. At BCG, he led client relationships spanning the local exchange, wireless, long distance, and equipment sectors in the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. His consulting relationship with a U.S. RBOC spanned more than a decade. He was the author of more than twenty articles in telecom journals, and published forecasts of the over-capacity and subsequent price collapse of the U.S. inter-exchange, CLEC, and equipment markets as early as 1998.
Most recently, Mr. Moffett was the President of SOTHEBYS.COM, the e-commerce venture of the venerable auction house, where he led a team of 300 people through the company?s technology development phase and launch in early 2000, and he subsequently led SOTHEBYS.COM to the highest first-year sales of any consumer website ever launched. As a member of the Executive Committee of Sotheby?s Holdings, Mr. Moffett was an instrumental member of the crisis-response team that steered the company through the challenges arising from anti-trust proceedings related to its pricing activity during the mid-1990s.
Mr. Moffett earned a BA from Brown University in 1984, where he graduated phi beta kappa and Magna cum laude. He earned an MBA with Honors from the Harvard Business School in 1989.