Glenn Dubin

Glenn Dubin is the Principal of Dubin & Co., a private investment company based in New York. Mr. Dubin co-founded Highbridge Capital Management LLC, an alternative asset management company in 1992. In 2009, Highbridge was acquired by JP Morgan Asset Management, and Mr. Dubin remained at the helm to oversee the transition – a transition considered by many to be an example of a model succession plan. In 2013, Mr. Dubin stepped down as Chairman and CEO of Highbridge to focus on the investment activities of Dubin & Co. Mr. Dubin is a founder and former Board chair of the Robin Hood Foundation, a philanthropic organization in New York that applies investment principles to charitable giving. He is a Board member of Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, where he and his wife Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin established the Dubin Breast Center of the Tisch Cancer Institute. Mr. Dubin is a Board member of the Museum of Modern Art and is a member of the Dean’s Executive Committee of the Harvard Kennedy School.