Kevin is a nationally-recognized, Senior Equity Research Analyst with close to 30 years’ experience identifying sound investment opportunities, partners and clients trust. Kevin brings over two decades experience as a sell-side and buy-side analyst dedicated to the banking industry covering large, mid, small, and micro-cap commercial banks. He demonstrates sophisticated intellectual curiosity when researching publicly-traded banks with robust business acumen across financial analysis, modeling, and projected performance outcomes across the banking and financial services industry. His steadfast commitment to industry best-practices and disciplined business ethics has established Kevin as an industry bellwether and trusted advisor.
Prior to joining Elizabeth Park, Kevin Reevey was a Managing Director at D.A. Davidson, where he successfully led and built the firm’s Midwest depository institutions equity research franchise, covering more than two-dozen companies. Before this, he was a Managing Director of FSI Group, LLC, an investment firm operating a multi-strategy investment platform focused in the financial services sector. In 2007, Mr. Reevey was recognized by The Wall Street Journal's "Best on Street Poll" as one of top five thrift equity analysts on the street based on his stock recommendations performance. Throughout his career, he has been quoted in numerous periodicals such as The American Banker, SNL Financial, Bank Director, Business Week, Crain’s Business, and The Wall Street Journal. In addition, Mr. Reevey is a frequent speaker at conferences and symposiums on issues related to the U.S. banking sector. In 2013 and 2011, he spoke at Oracle Corporation's annual Open World Conference on the trends and outlook for the U.S. banking industry.
In 2017, Mr. Reevey joined the Alumni Board of the Harvard Business School. He has served as Board President of the Clifton Cultural Arts Center and trustee of the Cincinnati Ballet, including the Executive Board and Chairman of the Finance Committee. He also notably served on the boards of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Foundation and ArtsWave. Mr. Reevey was Alumni Section Fund Chairman of his class at the Harvard Business School. In 2014 he received the Civic Leadership Award from Venue Magazine. As an avid community member, Kevin calls New York home.