Founder & CEO
Entrepreneur, visionary, strategist, thought leader and author
- Capital Markets and Investor Relations (Pre-IPO and Public Companies)
- Institutional investor / Buy-Side Landscape
- Shareholder Value Creation Strategies
- Capital Allocation
- Strategic Transformations, M&A, Crisis Situations, Activism
- Complex Companies, Out-of-Favor Stocks
Rebecca is founder and leader of Corbin and a pioneer in investor relations globally. Over her 20-year career in capital markets, she has architected a proprietary and proven methodology to drive sustained value creation based on extensive and unparalleled Voice of Investor® research and insights-driven strategies that have consistently been validated by the global equity markets.
As a subject matter expert and renowned capital markets and investor relations strategist with a demonstrated track record of rerating companies, Rebecca is a trusted advisor and partner to boards and executives who continually seek her research-based insights and counsel. She serves a broad range of global clients across sectors and industries.
Rebecca was in her mid-twenties when she founded Corbin Advisors in 2007 and, under her leadership as CEO, the company has developed a reputation as a best-in-class partner and, as a result, has grown exponentially and continues to set records across key metrics annually. She serves as Editor-in-chief of Inside The Buy-Side®, a leading research publication covered worldwide that identifies and reports on investor sentiment trends globally and best practice. Rebecca is a highly sought after and prolific public speaker, including at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and is a recurring guest on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street.
Long committed to giving back, Rebecca dedicates significant time and resources to helping advance social services, the arts, humanities, and education. In 2020, she created Corbin for Nonprofits and committed to donating 20% of that practices’ annual operating profits to nonprofit organizations. Rebecca serves on the boards of Washington College and The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts and is a past director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and CT Women’s Hall of Fame. She is President of the Jim and Rebecca Loree Foundation, a nonprofit, charitable organization she co-founded with her husband in 2009, which is focused on supporting secondary and higher education.
Rebecca has been a frequent honoree for business and community leadership and most recently received Hartford Business Journal’s Annual Women in Business Award, which recognizes outstanding Connecticut-based female CEOs, entrepreneurs and senior-level executives who have mastered their industry and are admired by the business community. She holds a B.A. in Business Management from Washington College, the first college chartered in the sovereign United States of America, where she graduated cum laude and with Honors.
Rebecca resides in the Nutmeg State with her husband and their four daughters. She loves to spend time with her family, garden, play tennis and run.