Jeff Moslow is a private investor and a retired Partner of Goldman Sachs & Co. He started his career in 1989 in the investment banking department of The First Boston Corporation. Jeff joined Goldman Sachs as a vice president in 1994 and was named Chief Operating Officer of Investment Banking Services in 1999. He became Co-Head of Investment Banking Services in 2002, and was Head from 2005-2008. He was a member of the investment banking division Operating Committee. Jeff also served on the Commitments Committee which had oversight responsibility for global underwriting. He was named a Managing Director in 1998 and a Partner in 2000. Over the course of his career he worked primarily with large cap corporations and private equity firms. Jeff retired as a partner in 2012 and continued to serve on the Commitments Committee as an Advisory Director through 2013.
Jeff serves as a trustee for The Boys Club of New York. He chairs the Executive Committee, serves on the Audit & Risk Committee, and is a member of the Investment Committee. Jeff also serves as a trustee for Port Rowing, one of the largest youth rowing organizations with over 120 participants. He also has served on the Arts and Sciences Board of Advisors at Tufts University since 2007. Jeff is a member of the Tufts Financial Network and helped create the Tufts Finance Initiative, a program designed to educate students and facilitate their hiring into the finance industry. The program is a unique collaboration of the University, alumni and students.
Jeff earned his B.A. in Classics and Economics, summa cum laude from Tufts University in 1986. He is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. He also holds a J.D. 1989 from Harvard Law School.
Jeff resides with his wife, Linda, and their three children Spencer, Aaron and Eric in Port Washington, New York.
Last updated: January 18, 2014