Maurice (“Hank”) Greenberg is a Senior Advisor of Starr Investment Holdings and Chairman and CEO of its parent company, C.V. Starr & Co. Mr. Greenberg retired as Chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG) in March 2005. AIG was created by C.V. Starr & Co., Inc. Under his leadership, AIG became the largest insurance and financial services company in the world.
He serves on the President’s Council on International Activities of Yale University, Honorary Vice Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations and Vice Chairman of the National Committee on United States-China Relations. He is the past Chairman and Director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He is active on the boards of many other civic and charitable organizations working in the United States and Asia.
In 1990, Mr. Greenberg was appointed by Mr. Zhu Rongji, then Mayor of Shanghai, to be the first Chairman of the International Business Leaders’ Advisory Council for the Mayor of Shanghai. In 1994, Mr. Greenberg was appointed Senior Economic Advisor to the Beijing Municipal Government. He was awarded “Honorary Citizen of Shanghai” in 1997. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Tsinghua School of Economics and Management, the International Advisory Council of the China Development Research Foundation, and the China Development Bank. On June 6th, 2014, at the 70th Anniversary celebration of D-Day at the Statue of Liberty in New York, Mr. Greenberg was awarded the French Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur for his service during World War II. He is also the recipient of The Bronze Star Medal from the United States. In addition, on November 9th, 2015, Mr. Greenberg received the insignia of Commandeur de l’Ordre National de la Legion d’Honneur recognizing his leadership and contributions as Chairman of AIG.
Mr. Greenberg received his pre-law certificate from the University of Miami and an LL.B from New York Law School in 1950 and has been granted honorary degrees from a number of universities. Mr. Greenberg is married and has four children.
Mr. Dobkin is a Senior Advisor of Starr Investment Holdings, an active leader in the business and a member of the Valuation Committee. Previously, Mr. Dobkin was an advisory director to the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., and chairman emeritus of Global Equity Capital Markets, having served as its founder and head from 1985 to 1997. Prior to that, he served as manager of the Restricted Stock Group from 1979 to 1985 and manager of the Chicago Institutional Department from 1973 to 1978.
Eric joined Goldman Sachs in 1967 in Institutional Sales in Philadelphia and became a partner in 1982. He served as a member of the Operating Committee from 1996 to 1998 and continues to serve as a member of the Commitments Committee, Firm-wide Suitability Committee and Firm-wide Capital Committee.
Eric is known by many as “the father of the modern-day IPO.” In 1998, Eric was awarded the first Lifetime Achievement Award by International Financial Review (IFR). In 2004, he received the Special Award for Equities in celebration of IFR’s 30th anniversary.
Eric earned an AB from Marietta College in 1964 and an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1967. In 1995, he earned an honorary LLD from Marietta College, where he serves as an emeritus trustee. Eric is a member of the Board of Governors of The Museum of Arts and Design in New York, and the LP Advisory Board of CCMP Capital Partners.
Kenneth Langone is a Senior Advisor of Starr Investment Holdings and a member of the Starr International Advisory Board. Mr. Langone is the founder and CEO of Invemed Associates LLC, an NYSE member firm specializing in health care and high technology companies.
He is a cofounder of the Home Depot and was lead director and member of the Executive Committee of its board from the time Home Depot was founded in 1978 until 2008 when he left the board. He also serves on the boards of Unifi, Inc., Micell Technologies, Relationship Sciences, and Juice Press. Past corporate board memberships include ChoicePoint, Geeknet, General Electric, and YUM Brands. In addition, he serves on the boards of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Ronald McDonald House of NY, the Medal of Honor Foundation, the Horatio Alger Society Foundation, and the Harlem Children’s Zone and its charter school, the Promise Academy.
He currently serves on the Board of Overseers of the Stern School and on the Board of Trustees of New York University, as well as serving as chairman of the Board of Trustees of New York University Medical Center (renamed the NYU Langone Medical Center in 2008). He was a member of the Bucknell University Board of Trustees for 15 years, where he served as chairman of its Nominating Committee, its Endowment Committee, and as a member of its Executive Committee.
He received a B.A. from Bucknell University and an M.B.A. from New York University’s Stern School of Business (the currently named Langone Program).
Leonard Schaeffer is the founding Chairman & CEO of WellPoint, the nation’s largest health benefits company by membership. WellPoint (now Anthem) serves nearly 39 million medical members and has annualized revenues of $78.4 billion. Schaeffer was Chairman & CEO of WellPoint from 1992 through 2004 and continued to serve as Chairman through 2005. Under his leadership, WellPoint was selected by FORTUNE magazine as America’s “Most Admired Health Care Company” for six consecutive years; named by BusinessWeek as one of the 50 best performing public companies for three consecutive years; and identified by Forbes magazine as America’s best large health insurance company. Schaeffer was selected by BusinessWeek magazine as one of the “Top 25 Managers of the Year” and by Worth magazine as one of the “50 Best CEOs in America.” In 1986, Schaeffer was recruited as CEO to WellPoint’s predecessor company, Blue Cross of California, when it was near bankruptcy. He managed the turnaround of Blue Cross of California and the IPO creating WellPoint in 1993. During his tenure, WellPoint made 17 acquisitions and endowed four charitable foundations with assets of over $6 billion. Under Schaeffer’s leadership, WellPoint’s value grew from $11 million to over $49 billion.
He is currently the Judge Robert Maclay Widney Chair and Professor at the University of Southern California (USC). In 2009, Schaeffer established a new research center at USC. The Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to research and analysis to promote health and value in health care delivery and to support evidence-based health policy. He has also endowed chairs in health care financing and policy at the Brookings Institution, Harvard Medical School, the National Academy of Medicine, U.C. Berkeley and USC.
Previously, Schaeffer was President and CEO of Group Health, Inc. of Minnesota, a staff model HMO. Schaeffer was also EVP and COO of the Student Loan Marketing Association, the national secondary market for student loans and earlier was a Vice President of Citibank and a consultant specializing in design and installation of large scale financial and management information systems.
In the federal government, he served as Administrator of the Health Care Financing Administration (now CMS) and was responsible for the U.S. Medicare and Medicaid programs. He was also the Assistant Secretary for Management and Budget of the federal Department of Health and Human Services. Previously, Schaeffer was Director of the Bureau of the Budget for the State of Illinois and also served as Chairman of the Illinois Capital Development Board and as Deputy Director for Management, Illinois Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities. A native of Evanston, Illinois, he is a graduate of Princeton University. Schaeffer and his wife, the former Pamela Sidford, have two children.