This will give information about a businessman named Jacob Gottlieb. Gottlieb previously worked at a company called Visium Asset Management located in New York. Gottlieb for his college years went to Brown University with a BA in Economics. He also attended the New York University Medical School and got a M.D. In work life, he was the chief investment officer as well as managing partner there. He showed a dedication for spawning non-correlated returns in a collection of market environments.
Four years before Gottlieb worked at Visium he took a job at “Merlin”. This is where he took the role of a portfolio manager. Also, even before he took that job he worked at Sanford C. Bernstein and served as a buy-side analyst for a total of two years from 1998-2000. Visium was established by Gottlieb almost thirteen years ago in November 2005. However, he was not alone in the process. He was joined with his team of twenty professionals in the field of investment from a place called Balyasny Asset Management. That organization would eventually become Visium Asset Management.
Gottlieb has also served at different charities. One in particular is called mathforamerica that was established in 2004. It was originally based as an organization that shows commitment to teachers. It is also important to note that this program is a type of four-year fellowship.
A task of this organization is to enhance retention of teachers around the nation. This is done by assisting and creating communities of STEM teachers that stand out. They also have a simple type of vision. They see an America which respects, values, and trusts teachers who teach the subjects of science and mathematics.
MfA was established by Jim Simons from Renaissance Technologies. There he served as the Chairman and Founder. He’s also known for establishing the Simons’ Foundation with his wife Marilyn Simons. In this fellowship of MfA there are teachers amounting to 1,000. Also in the previous five years MfA has invested in about $110 million. This money is used to support for related programs over the country and its fellowship in NYC.