Liz Goldenberg is Bloomberg LP’s Global Market Specialist for Liquidity and Securities Lending & Finance, responsible for consulting with both internal and external clients on product development, solutions for market dislocations, analytics & data.
In her 22 years with the firm, Goldenberg also served as a global product & business manager in charge of a portfolio that included inflation, non-equity research, capital structure, syndicated loans, distressed debt, pricing, liquidity & transparency, credit ratings, data mining, and fixed-income relative value.
Goldenberg spent six years as a journalist at Bloomberg News, rising in three years from money markets reporter to managing editor in charge of foreign exchange, derivatives, real estate, and global debt coverage. She led market coverage during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Enron and WorldCom bankruptcies, the GE Credit funding crisis, the California power crisis, as well as the pre-financial crisis capital crunch experienced by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. She appeared regularly on Bloomberg TV & radio.
Before joining Bloomberg News, Goldenberg spent more than 12 years at TD Bank in New York as a fixed-income trader and desk head. She worked at National Westminster Bank (USA) after graduating from Mount Holyoke College with an A.B. in Philosophy and Politics.
A native of Dayton, Ohio, who grew up in Potomac, Maryland, Goldenberg also worked in the media relations office of the Reagan White House. She served two terms on the Bond Market Association Board of Directors, was a member of the Metropolitan New York Rugby Union Board of Directors, and handled the press and media for the US National Rugby Teams. She started playing rugby in college and then with Cornell Medical and Gotham City in Manhattan.
Goldenberg founded the New York Aliens invitational rugby team, which brought together players from around the world to play in the New York 7s with US Eagles veterans. The team participated in the tournament for five years, winning three consecutive championships.