As the founder of Hickory Lane Capital Management, Joshua Pearl specializes in equity investment and special situations. Prior to founding Hickory Lane, he served as Managing Director at Brahman Capital, an equity long/short manager. He also worked at UBS Investment Bank, Moelis & Company, and Deutsche Bank. In addition to co-founding Hickory Lane, Pearl has also written several books, including Investing Like the Pros, The Little Book of Investing, and The Little Book of Investing Like the Pros.
During the global economic crisis, Pearl decided to pursue a career in finance. He began his career as a credit investment banker and moved on to long/short equity around ten years ago. Before founding Hickory Lane, he worked as an analyst at Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank. He has written two books on investing, The Little Book of Investing Like the Pros, which aims to help retail investors learn how to invest like the pros.
While working at Merrill Lynch, Joshua Pearl enrolled at Indiana University’s School of Business. He was a student there for two years and then transferred to Pacific University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in music therapy in 2019. Before the pandemic, he had an active private practice working with adult patients with developmental disabilities and mental health issues. He also led a memory care group for elderly adults with acute dementia. During the recession, he began working with patients at a hospice.
Before starting his own firm, Pearl had an extensive background in investment banking. Before founding Hickory Lane, he was a Managing Director of Brahman Capital. While working there, he also structured high yield financings and leveraged buyouts. Before moving into the asset management business, he worked at Morgan Stanley, Moelis & Company, and Deutsche Bank. In addition, he was a co-author of the book, The Little Book of Investing Like the Pros.
As a Managing Director at RBC Capital Markets, Pearl is a frequent speaker on investment banking, M&A, and capital markets. Previously, he worked as an analyst at Deutsche Bank’s Leveraged Finance Group. During his career, he grew up in the United States, earning a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in electrical engineering. He is also the father of journalist Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped by terrorists in Pakistan.
Despite the difficulties he had faced during his childhood, he was determined to pursue his dreams of becoming a music therapist. After graduating from college, Pearl established a successful private practice. He worked with mental health patients in the local hospital, one-on-one with adults with developmental disabilities, and conducted hospice music therapy sessions. He had no formal training, but he was eager to learn, and he credits his education with helping him overcome his addiction to opiates.
Before the pandemic, Pearl had a successful private practice. He studied electrical engineering at a local hospital and with clients in need of his services. Before the pandemic struck the region, he had been working with elderly patients in a dementia care unit, and later conducted in-home music therapy sessions for the ailing. The pandemic affected the world of music, and he re-opened his private practice in the United States.
During the pandemic, the effects of the disease were so severe that his mother and father were forced to leave the country to recover. However, the cancer had a profound effect on their lives, and the family was unable to return to the city. The parents emigrated to the United States in 1960, where he earned a M.S. in electrical engineering. He continues to pursue his career as a music therapist.
After the pandemic hit, Pearl was unable to work in the city. He enrolled in a music therapy program at the University of Oregon. He eventually transferred to Pacific University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in music therapy. During the pandemic, he had already established a private practice that served patients in the hospital’s mental health department. He also worked with adult patients with developmental disabilities and led a memory care group of older adults with acute dementia.
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