Most people don’t have high-paying jobs, tons of money, and other luxuries handed down to them via inheritance from parents, family members, godparents, and other loved ones.
Those that are fortunate enough to be born into relative wealth are more likely to succeed in life. Although he’s doing considerably well for himself now, Jacob Gottlieb never knew the silver-spoon-fed beginnings of life.
This Jacob Gottlieb holds a degree at the bachelor’s level from the always-prestigious Brown University – yes, the Ivy League-belonging Brown University – a medical doctorate from New York University, and certifications including Certified Financial Advisor and being approved by the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association to appropriately manage risk in large-scale hedge funds.
Mr. Gottlieb has worked for some of the largest hedge funds in the United States of America. His most recent position held at a hedge fund was the dual titles of Chief Investment Officer and Managing Partner of Visium Asset Management, LLC. He’s also devoted his business acumen and countless certifications to Balyasny Asset Management, L.P., as well as London, England’s very own Merlin Financial. He’s also been employed by Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., LLC.
Even though New York City is one of the largest economic centers on planet Earth, let alone in the worldwide national economic leader that is the United States of America, roughly one of every six New York City citizens are forced to hit food pantries, soup kitchens, and other providers of no-cost food and drink just to get by.
As such, especially considering that Jacob Gottlieb has plenty of money to provide to such organizations without going broke, Mr. Gottlieb genuinely enjoys providing monetary assistance and in-person volunteer help to causes like Robin Hood, a nonprofit that helps provide food and support services to people that are homeless, out of work, poor, or otherwise struggling.