Daniel S. Loeb
Daniel Loeb founded Third Point LLC, a $17 billion asset management firm headquartered in New York, in 1995. He leads portfolio management, risk management and research activities. Before founding Third Point, Daniel worked on both the buy and the sell sides for over a decade, gaining dedicated experience in distressed debt, high-yield bond sales, risk arbitrage and private investments. Immediately before starting Third Point, he was Vice-President of high-yield bond sales at Citigroup.
Previously, Daniel was a Senior Vice-President in the distressed debt department at Jefferies & Co., where he worked as a bankruptcy analyst, bank loan trader and distressed securities salesman. Before Jefferies, Daniel was a risk arbitrage Analyst at Lafer Equity Investors. He began his career as an Associate in private equity at Warburg Pincus.
Daniel is a trustee of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Foundation, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and the Mount Sinai Health System, where he established the Ronald M. Loeb Center for Alzheimer’s Disease in memory of his late father. He is a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Daniel also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Success Academy Charter Schools.
Daniel graduated from Columbia University with an A.B. in economics in 1983. He has endowed the Daniel S. Loeb Scholarship for undergraduate study there and received the school’s John Jay Award for distinguished professional achievement.