Supper Club with financier Stephen Sinacore
Areas of Study , Featured Events Finance | Jan 24, 2012 | Nicole Gesualdo
Gabelli students are invited to an Alumni/Student Supper Club dinner with Stephen Sinacore (GSB ’80), co-founder and principal of Atrevida Partners, LLC, an investment advisory firm specializing in alternative asset management. Are you interested in finance? If so, consider applying for this Supper Club! (Need a refresher on what the Supper Club is all about? Click here.)
Date: Monday, January 30
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Pasquale Rigoletto Restaurant, Arthur Avenue
Apply: Application period is now closed
If you would like the Supper Club committee to consider you for participation in the dinner, please apply by filling out the form linked above, no later than Wednesday, January 25, at midnight.
Here is some additional background about our host:
Prior to co-founding Atrevida, Mr. Sinacore served as treasurer of Citadel Investment Group, where he was responsible for the management of the firm’s balance sheet, including funding and capital allocation, and also served as interim head of the global energy portfolio. He was previously the chairman and CEO of Zurich Capital Markets Inc., a financial services firm specializing in structured alternative asset products and fund-of-fund management. Zurich Capital Markets managed a fund of hedge funds with roughly $3.5 billion in assets. Under a mandate from the Zurich group board, Mr. Sinacore successfully led the sale of the company to BNP Paribas.
Mr. Sinacore’s career experience before Zurich Capital Markets includes a term at RBS Greenwich Capital in London, where he managed the firm’s global derivatives businesses, its fixed income and credit trading business in Europe and Asia, and chaired its Capital Commitment Committee. Before that, Mr. Sinacore served at J.P. Morgan for 12 years, holding various roles in the London and New York offices and acting as a founding member of its global derivative sales and trading group. He began his career as a precious metals trader at J. Aron & Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Goldman Sachs & Co.
Mr. Sinacore received his bachelor’s degree in 1980 in economics and finance from Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, then known as the College of Business Administration. He is a dedicated alumnus and a true friend of Fordham.