President & CEO
Raymond Mullaney, president, began his career trading municipal bonds in New York City in 1976 while still in graduate school. He’s a nationally recognized financial expert, having published dozens of investment and financial reports covered by national media.
- Ray is the CEO of Capital Preservation Advisors, a registered investment advisor.
- Ray is the CEO of Equity Risk Sciences, an institutional performance and risk analytics technology company.
- Since 1985, Ray’s reports have appeared in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Standard & Poor’s Pension Reporter, The Chicago Sun Times, USA Today, Nations Business, The Wall Street Journal and many other media outlets.
- Ray served on President Reagan’s “White House Conference on Small Business”.
- Ray has been interviewed on radio & television from NYC to Boston.
- Ray has served on boards of public and private companies as well as profit and non-profit organizations.
- Ray served the Governors Advisory Committee in the State of Massachusetts.
- Equities Magazine referred to Ray as “a veteran investment advisor with a distinguished record of stock market forecasting and forensic accounting”.
- In July of 2000 Ray presented research findings on accounting improprieties of two of America’s leading public companies to the Senior Counsel of the Securities Exchange Commission in Washington, DC.
- In 2005, Ray was given the “Most Distinguished Alumni” from the Graduate School he attended, Stony Brook University.
- In 2013, Ray founded Equity Risk Sciences (ERS), an institutional investment risk analysis technology firm. ERS employs advanced mathematical modeling on big data. Capital Preservation Advisors employs this technology.
- In 2018, Ray wrote 8 articles on “Risk Management” for Senior Digest. Copies of these articles are available upon request.