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Frank Ahimaz has spent the past 30 years investing globally for some of the world’s leading financial institutions including Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and Chemical Venture Partners.  His experience includes investing institutional capital in equity, credit, real estate, hedge funds, private equity, and venture capital. He most recently served as the chief investment officer at one of the preeminent philanthropic institutions, the Museum of Modern Art  (MoMA), where he invested in and/or frequently served on boards for firms including Ares, Carlyle, Sequoia, Renaissance Technology, ValueAct, and Leonard Green Partners. Frank began his role at MoMA by investing the institution’s more than $1.1 Billion in assets not only in the United States but in G-7 and G-20 countries as well. In 2017, Frank was named one of the top 30 chief investment officers in the United States by Trusted Insight Magazine.

Frank holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and a BS in aerospace and aeronautical engineering from MIT.

 

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