Jeff Moslow is a private investor and a retired Partner of Goldman Sachs & Co. At Goldman Sachs he was Head of Investment Banking Services from 2002-2008. Jeff was a member of the Investment Banking Division Operating Committee. He also served on the Commitments Committee which had oversight responsibility for global underwriting. Jeff 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 from Goldman Sachs in 2013.
He serves as a trustee for The Boys Club of New York. He chairs the Executive Committee, serves on the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee, and is a member of the Investment Committee. Jeff also has served on the Arts and Sciences Board of Advisors at Tufts University since 2007. He 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 in Sands Point, New York. They have three children Spencer, Aaron and Eric.