Columbia Business School Holds Pan-Asian Reunion

Art Samberg has one of the longest-running careers on Wall Street. He started his first fund in 1986, which he managed continuously until 2009, retiring from the firm he founded, Pequot Capital Management, Inc. Aside from establishing Pequot, Art Samberg served as president of Dawson-Samberg Capital Management and as a partner at Weiss, Peck and Greer.

Following a generous gift to his alma mater, Columbia Business School founded The Arthur J. Samberg Institute for Teaching Excellence. The Institute aims to enhance the educational experience at Columbia Business School through providing training programs and other professional resources for both students and faculty.

In October 2014, over 500 Columbia Business School graduates took part in a two-day event focusing on investment and innovation in Singapore. Hosted by the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Hotel, the symposium welcomed top business executives and economic scholars, including Henry Kravis, class of ’69, who is co-chairman of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Company, and Charles Li, CEO of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing.