Company Email Addresses Guide

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Hey fellow monkeys,

It seems like we get posts every month about the email address of certain banks. I decided to make a list of all the banks/hedge funds/prop shops.

standard company email format database

While this offers the standard email format for all the below listed banks - it is important to note that often times there can be differences. For example, this could happen if there are two employees with the same name.

The Investment Bank Email Addresses

Using John Smith

Goldman Sachs: [email protected]

Morgan Stanley: [email protected]

JP Morgan: There are a couple different formats here [email protected]
[email protected]

Bank of America Merrill Lynch: [email protected]

Deutsche Bank: [email protected]

UBS: [email protected]

Credit Suisse: [email protected]

Citi: [email protected] or [email protected]

RBS: [email protected]

Barcap: [email protected]

Boutique Investment Banks Company Addresses

Jefferies: [email protected]

Rabobank: [email protected]

RBC [email protected]

Macquarie: [email protected]

Nomura: [email protected]

BNP Paribas: [email protected] or it goes by country of employee. For instance sometimes
Trader in Hong Kong's email address will be [email protected]

Societe Generale: [email protected]

Credit Agricole: [email protected]

Mizuho United States: [email protected]

TD Securities: [email protected]

Grupo Santander : [email protected]

HSBC: [email protected] or if John Smith is working in the US [email protected]

Standard Chartered: [email protected]

Westpac: [email protected]

RW Baird: [email protected]

Key Bank: [email protected]

BMO: [email protected]

Wells Fargo: [email protected]

Stifel: [email protected]

Oppenhemier: [email protected]

Piper Jaffray: [email protected]

Raymond James: [email protected]

Stephens: [email protected]

Wedbush: [email protected]

Imperial Capital: [email protected]

Brown Brothers Harriman: [email protected]

Cantor Fitzgerald: [email protected]

Gleacher: [email protected]

Company Email Addresses for Hedge Funds

Citadel: [email protected] or [email protected]

DE Shaw: [email protected]

SAC: [email protected]

Prop Shops Email Database

SIG: [email protected]

Peak6: [email protected]

IMC: [email protected]

Optiver: [email protected]

DRW: [email protected]

First New York: [email protected]

Wolverine: [email protected]

Chicago Trading Company: [email protected]

Also for fun

KKR [email protected]

I have a couple for email addresses so if you want to know any more just ask.

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Comments (77)

Mar 14, 2011
jimz:

Citi: [email protected] or [email protected]

Hey this is great man. Thanks for compiling this list for us. Just one quick correction (i'm sure it was a mistake): it's [email protected].

"Rage, rage against the dying of the light." - DT

Mar 14, 2011

Great post, although the people I know at Merrill Lynch use @ML.com. I've never seen the @baml.com email address.

Mar 14, 2011

Another thing on Merrill Lynch emails, they also use underscores. So, the ones I've seen are:

[email protected]

If there is another John Smith, he will be

[email protected]

although there are so many employees that I can see them using baml and "."s quite frequently

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Mar 14, 2011

keybank is [email protected] or [email protected] since most people here will be interested in the capital markets or ib groups

Mar 14, 2011

Good work OP.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Mar 14, 2011

i know a few people with the [email protected] format that the OP has

Mar 14, 2011

Thanks man, I was just wondering where I would dig up a list......

Mar 14, 2011

Nice work, very helpful to a lot of people.

Regarding JPM, many people have a middle initial ([email protected]), and emails won't go through without it. Can make things pretty tricky, unless you know their initial or just blast out 27 emails.

Mar 14, 2011
dublin:

Nice work, very helpful to a lot of people.

Regarding JPM, many people have a middle initial ([email protected]), and emails won't go through without it. Can make things pretty tricky, unless you know their initial or just blast out 27 emails.

i can verify this--i have 3 contacts at JPM all of which have a middle initial in their email.

oh, and your Credit Suisse email is incorrect. i have also spoken with 3 people at credit suisse, all of which were @credit-suisse.com. so [email protected]

edit-whoops...that got covered above me as well!

Mar 14, 2011

Great list.

I think for Credit Suisse, I've seen it as [email protected]

Mar 14, 2011

Never understood the point of compiling these huge lists

Shouldn't you already have the email or someone you want to email? Cold emailing rarely results in a response and personally, I think they come off as rude/invasive

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Mar 14, 2011
Solidarity:

Never understood the point of compiling these huge lists

Shouldn't you already have the email or someone you want to email? Cold emailing rarely results in a response and personally, I think they come off as rude/invasive

Brother, I literally just landed my dream job today from a cold email. Now, I'm not a 21-year-old punk college student, but nevertheless, it can work if done properly and the stars are aligned.

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Jul 20, 2017
Dances with Dachshunds:
Solidarity:

Never understood the point of compiling these huge lists

Shouldn't you already have the email or someone you want to email? Cold emailing rarely results in a response and personally, I think they come off as rude/invasive

Brother, I literally just landed my dream job today from a cold email. Now, I'm not a 21-year-old punk college student, but nevertheless, it can work if done properly and the stars are aligned.

Ha! 6 years later. Wow. Ya know what's funny about this? I accepted the job offer from this company for my "dream job" and then turned down an offer from another good company for another good job because I had landed my dream job, right? Well, 2 weeks later my job offer was rescinded because the company's board of directors had never approved the position in the first place--the hiring manager went rogue and decided to hire for the job. BOD slapped him down and rejected the position entirely. They came back to me hat-in-hand and told me, "Sorry..." I went back to the other firm and they said they had already filled the position with the back-up. I was living in the Midwest where the job market sucked and was unable to find another job, despite looking for another 4 months. My lack of success in finding another job forced me to move back to Washington, D.C.

It's funny how fate seems to work. Destiny did not want me there--it wanted me here.

Mar 14, 2011

THANK YOU.

Solidarity, sometimes people will respond to cold e-mails :) Hell if you don't got anything it doesn't hurt to try.

Jul 25, 2017

Mutual funds are much more serious about keeping this stuff secret than firms dealing with mostly institutional clients. You don't want 10,000 retail investors emailing the PM every time the fund has a down day. I've had some luck with CapIQ. I'm guessing Bloomberg would be useful too but I haven't had access to it for a while. Another thing I noticed is a lot of mutual fund families (even big ones) have email formats that don't follow a standard procedure.

Mar 14, 2011

You guys are right about Credit Suisse being Credit-Suisse.com, my mistake.

Also you guys are right about the middle initial in JP Morgan

Here are some more smaller banks/boutiques.

Natixis [email protected]

Scotia Capital [email protected]

CIBC world Markets: For Canada [email protected] For United States: us.CIBC.com

ANZ: [email protected]

KBW: [email protected]

Sandler O'Neill: [email protected]

FTN Financial [email protected]

Knight: [email protected]

Duncan Williams: [email protected]

Southwest Securities: [email protected]

For the oil traders!!!!!

Trafigura: [email protected]

Glencore: [email protected]

Vitol: [email protected] or Jmiddle [email protected]

Jul 25, 2017

linkedin, then use the office email format. use your head

Jul 25, 2017

Yeah, but most of the time LinkedIn does give you the full name, just first name and last name initial.

Jul 25, 2017

does not*

Jul 25, 2017

Here's what you do:

  • In the LinkedIn search function, you can see an outline of the person's present/past positions.
  • Copy and paste one of the positions and Google it
  • There's gonna be a link to their public LinkedIn profile, which usually has his or her full name
  • Find out e-mail format of the firm and network away

This is also useful if you want to view a person's profile, but don't want them to know you viewed it. If you didn't know, if you enabled the "Who's viewed your profile" function, people will know if you checked out their profile.

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Jul 25, 2017
Beretta:

This is also useful if you want to view a person's profile, but don't want them to know you viewed it. If you didn't know, if you enabled the "Who's viewed your profile" function, people will know if you checked out their profile.

Just something to think about........if you're contacting the person, it does not matter if they know that you saw your profile. They can connect dots of how you know where they work etc without the look who has viewed your profile. But completely agree with what he said

Jul 25, 2017

great tips, Beretta. Thanks!

Mar 14, 2011

None of the analysts/associates I've worked with took cold-emails seriously.

VP's/MD's even less so with students from their alma mater.

But I guess it's worth a shot if you absolutely have no in. I still think there are definitely other, more fruitful ways to network.

Mar 14, 2011
Solidarity:

None of the analysts/associates I've worked with took cold-emails seriously.

VP's/MD's even less so with students from their alma mater.

But I guess it's worth a shot if you absolutely have no in. I still think there are definitely other, more fruitful ways to network.

not sure if you went to a target or not but cold emailing is essentially the only way for us non targets to break in, and it has been pretty well documented that it CAN work. maybe not as well at targets, but finding people from your alma mater at a non target can pay some pretty solid dividends if they are kind enough to respond. i know if i am able to leverage my SA gig into an established FT position ill be more than willing to help out (deserving) others from my alma mater if they reach out to me--i got help, and there is no reason for me not to pay it forward

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Mar 14, 2011
Solidarity:

None of the analysts/associates I've worked with took cold-emails seriously.

VP's/MD's even less so with students from their alma mater.

But I guess it's worth a shot if you absolutely have no in. I still think there are definitely other, more fruitful ways to network.

Mind sharing them with us?

"Life all comes down to a few moments. This is one of them." - Bud Fox

Jul 25, 2017

Get the secretaries email and figure it out that way. If it is a small company the dude might be on the website records. Go to Godaddy, plug in the address and see the ICAN or whatever it is called.

Mar 15, 2011
Solidarity:

None of the analysts/associates I've worked with took cold-emails seriously.

VP's/MD's even less so with students from their alma mater.

But I guess it's worth a shot if you absolutely have no in. I still think there are definitely other, more fruitful ways to network.

I got two offers at BBs through straight cold emailing.

Jul 25, 2017

Yeah, that's a good call. Here's where you go to find WHOIS information:

http://www.whois.net/
If nothing else, the whois information should list an IT contact for the company, who you can just call and say "Hey, I just tried to send an email to Joey Whatshisnuts and it bounced. What's the best email address for him?"

IT nerds don't have near the gatekeeping skills of secretaries.

Jul 25, 2017
Edmundo Braverman:

Yeah, that's a good call. Here's where you go to find WHOIS information:

http://www.whois.net/
If nothing else, the whois information should list an IT contact for the company, who you can just call and say "Hey, I just tried to send an email to Joey Whatshisnuts and it bounced. What's the best email address for him?"

IT nerds don't have near the gatekeeping skills of secretaries.

Great idea - that is fantastic advice for trying to contact anyone high profile.

Jul 25, 2017

Watch the first twenty minutes of Wall Street

Jul 25, 2017

find email structure, search like ' "@xxxx.com" email'
use email validation sites and test that and a dummy to see if it validation website works
apply structure and revalidate if validation works for their domain

or just do what emundo said and just make up an email if they ask which one you tried. first intial last name usu

Mar 14, 2011

Good job OP, SB'd.

People like Coldplay and voted for the Nazis, you can't trust people Jeremy

Jul 25, 2017

Please some assistance would be appreciated

Jul 25, 2017

yea you kinda bumped this 2 minutes after you posted it

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Jul 25, 2017

Happypantsmcgee suggestion would be highly appreciated. I am fairly new in this forum.. Sorry for long message did not know how to approach it..

Jul 25, 2017

The length of your message is fine bro no worries. Just be patient and people will answer you in time, shit I would answer now if I thought I had a good response for you.

Just a side note though, I once called a boutique pretending I was from a school paper to get someone's name and title so there are many paths to get what you want

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Jul 25, 2017

LinkedIn

Jul 25, 2017

Kevin, I'm pretty sure LinkdIn doesnt openly display email address etc and if he is just using the name from a database, requesting a connection is probably ill advised

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Jul 25, 2017

Kevin that too much money regarding wallstinsiders.com.

I already have my resume and cover letter tailored through a class I took in Investment Banking and have over 1000 firms in Investment banking and Hedge fund. I am strictly looking how to search for Manager and VP name. I normally search using Bloomberg professional and hover online database, and find through company website of person name if they provide. My question was looking for key contacts when apply for a particular job online, but more important don't want to send to wrong person. I mean in the database search in Bloomberg example Fortress Investment Group, Large Hedge fund, gives maybe 300 people, and maybe 60 in north america users for bloomberg. out of that it list managers name, VP, Board of directors and Chief officers, but does not provide for that particular department I applied, cause I can not filter it. So if I apply to all the manager it looks bad, and do not know who to send to..That is what I mean

Mar 14, 2011

Nice post. But the questions about the e-mails will continue. The search function is often overlooked.

Mar 14, 2011

I just wanted to add something. A few of guys are saying that cold emailing doesn't work and there are better ways to target people. With regards to my own story I come from a complete non-target. Cold emailing was/is my only way of networking. I have sent thousands of emails and I have had some great success . I got a phone interview with one of the hedge funds that I listed above by emailing a pm(I was unqualified for the position and didn't get the internship but still at least I got an interview). I also have gotten interviews with the BB's by emailing the MD/Global heads.

This may sound kind of cheesy but Wayne Gretzky says "You miss one hundred percent of the shots you don't take" I live by this quote and so far it has done wonders for me.

Mar 15, 2011

BB:
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

[email protected] is standard template
[email protected] sometimes works
[email protected] works too
worst case scenario, brut force: first.a.last... first.b.last... first.c...

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

Boutiques:
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
J[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

LOL, like networking will help for these:
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

Solidarity:

None of the analysts/associates I've worked with took cold-emails seriously.

VP's/MD's even less so with students from their alma mater.

But I guess it's worth a shot if you absolutely have no in. I still think there are definitely other, more fruitful ways to network.

I guess you worked for Dicks & Assholes, LLC

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Mar 15, 2011
The Phantom:

I guess you worked for Dicks & Assholes, LLC

Phantom, do you happen to have the email template for D&A? I've been looking for months, hear they have a really good culture!

Is it just [email protected] ?

Thanks for the help.

-Nouveau

"Millionaires don't use astrology, billionaires do"

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Mar 15, 2011

I might be a little biased since OCR is top-notch at my school but cold-calling, from the little that I've done, is just a low return proposition. If you can leverage any "in" even from a friend, relative, former boss, etc... one that can set up even an intro then that's infinitely more productive than just blind emailing alums.

I guess you worked for Dicks & Assholes, LLC

not quite... but very few people will give a random alum the time of day. you might get lucky obviously with a nice guy but it's pretty much the norm to not expect a response, no?

Mar 15, 2011

Yeah, man. The response rate is low for cold emailing, but not everyone is a student at a target with "top-notch" OCR. The economy is still abysmal. People are successful cold emailing literally every single day. I recommend getting a 4.5 GPA at a magnet school, going to Harvard, interning at Goldman Sachs and landing a job through OCR. For the rest of us mere mortals, we have to scratch and claw for everything we get.

Mar 15, 2011

You list Raymond James, Key Bank, Brown Brothers Harriman - but no Houlihan Lokey, who probably does triple the deals of all three of these guys put together? List fail.

Mar 15, 2011

What about Jump Trading?

I win here, I win there...

Mar 16, 2011
Bi-Winning:

What about Jump Trading?

[email protected]

Mar 16, 2011

Wow, all you fucking losers need to go out and network. Nothing says "pussy" more than cold e-mailing. You all really need to get a life.

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Mar 16, 2011

Reference this thread as well:

www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/email-structure

Also the above Blackstone format is wrong (or at least, not always the case). I have both [email protected] and [email protected] in my address book; don't have any [email protected]

Mar 16, 2011

[email protected]

works. most of the guys over there have that. some companies have many in either way. you can have like 3 different ones and all will work.

Feb 2, 2012

I've seen, for BarCap:

[email protected]

Dec 27, 2013

Does anyone have Spot Trading's email?

Dec 28, 2013

I am having real trouble finding emails for some of these prop shops. I have tried the companies' websites and Linked In but I've had no luck... Does anyone know any of these emails:
I am sending a couple cold emails and am having trouble finding emails for some prop shops:
Spot Trading
Eldorado
Gelber Group
Chopper Trading
TransMarket Group
Tower Hill Trading
Infinium Capital Management
Group One
Chopper Trading
Liquid Capital Markets LLC
Trillium Trading
Grosvenor Capital Management
Hard Eight Holdings LLC
XR Trading
CMZ Trading
TradeLink
Ronin Capital
Sunrise Futures
Cardinal Capital Management
Feis Trading Corp.
BlackEdge Capital
Traditum Group
Eagle Seven Trading
Belvedere Trading
Headlands Technologies
Charlesworth Trading
Valkyrie Trading
LaSalle Trading Group
Eckhardt Trading Company
Quantitative Risk Management
I would appreciate if anyone could let me know. Thank you.

Aug 20, 2014

very useful stuff, thanks!

Mar 6, 2015

what is the email format for Ernst and Young

Mar 8, 2015
Mar 27, 2015

Anybody know the correct one for Stifel, the one listed above does not work?

Thanks!

Mar 28, 2015
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Mar 29, 2015

@sharp2ndF
That one works. Thanks brotha!

Mar 30, 2015

No worries! Good luck!

Mar 30, 2015

Anyone know the format for SunTrust?

Apr 15, 2015

How about the format for SunTrust?

May 22, 2015

I've also seen [email protected]. Where "p" is the first letter of their middle name.

Mar 10, 2016

hey guys, the email conventions are also included across thousands of companies in the WSO Company Database. Either way, helpful list for the investment banks!

http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/wso-company-database

Jun 23, 2016

Stephens may also need middle initial like [email protected]

Jul 20, 2017

Could also be [email protected]

Aug 1, 2016
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