Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Hardeep co-founded Motif Investing to create an intuitive way to invest conceptually. He spent more than six years at Microsoft, where he was General Manager of the company's enterprise services business, and prior to that was a Director of Corporate Development and Strategy, helping to oversee Microsoft's investments and acquisitions. He started his career at The Boston Consulting Group. Hardeep holds a BS in Economics and Engineering from Yale University and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business. He holds Series 7, 63 and 24 licenses in the securities industry, is an active member of FINRA's Small-Firm Advisory Board, serves on FINRA's Technology Advisory Committee and contributes frequently to Bloomberg TV, CNBC, Fox Business and Forbes.
Arthur Levitt Jr.
Past Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission
Arthur was the 25th chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, serving as its longest-tenured chairman from 1993 to 2001. Throughout his tenure, he worked to educate, empower and protect investors. He created the Office of Investor Education and Assistance and established a website to allow the public free and easy access to corporate filings and investor education materials. After leaving the SEC, Arthur joined The Carlyle Group in 2001 as a senior advisor. He also serves as a policy advisor to Goldman Sachs and as a director of Bloomberg LP. Arthur graduated from Williams College before serving two years in the Air Force. His best-selling book, TAKE ON THE STREET: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don't Want You to Know/What You Can Do to Fight Back was published by Pantheon Books in October, 2002.
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Kelly is CEO of J.P. Morgan's U.S. Private Bank. She is a member of the Global Wealth Management Operating Committee at J.P. Morgan and also serves as the Executive Sponsor for the Asset Management Women’s Network. Prior to that, Kelly spent 23 years at J.P. Morgan's Investment Bank. She earned her bachelor's degree in International Affairs and French from Lafayette College and holds an M.S.F.S. in International Business and Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Past President and CEO, Boston Consulting Group
Carl founded Carl W. Stern Associates LLC after his retirement from Goldman Sachs, where he served as vice chairman of the Investment Banking Division. Prior to Goldman Sachs he spent 37 years with The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) where he served as president and CEO for six years and chairman for eight years. Carl serves on the boards of the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City and the World Food Program – USA. He is a trustee of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Rush University Medical Center, and a member of The Commercial Club of Chicago and the Chicago Club. Carl served in the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant and earned his BA cum laude in economics from Harvard in 1968 and his MBA from Stanford in 1974.
Joseph Chen is the founder of Renren Inc. and has served as its Chairman and CEO since its inception in 2005. Before founding Renren, Mr. Chen was co-founder, Chairman & CEO of ChinaRen.com, a first-generation SNS in China and one of China's most visited websites prior to being acquired by Sohu.com in 2000. Joe holds a BS in physics from the University of Delaware, a master's in engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an MBA from Stanford University.