Jacob Jay Gottlieb is an employee who works for Visium Asset Management. This is a firm that concentrates on alternative investment advisory matters. He’s the firm’s CIO (Chief Investment Officer) and managing partner at this time. The aim at Visium Asset Management is to produce strong returns that are not correlated. It is to do so in a range of diverse market settings. Gottlieb established Visium Asset Management in late 2005. He did so with the assistance of 20 experts in the investment field. These people came from a company that was called Balyasny Asset Management. Gottlieb became part of the Balyasny Asset Management crew in 2001. He had a fulfilling job prior to that as well. Gottlieb enjoyed productive positions as a Sanford C. Bernstein buy-side analyst and Merlin portfolio supervisor.
Gottlieb is a Brooklyn, New York native who attended a widely known Ivy League school called Brown University. Brown University is located in New England’s Providence, Rhode Island. He did so well at the institution of higher learning that he was actually a magna cum laude graduate. He secured an economics bachelor’s degree there. His education was nowhere near complete after his time at Brown University was up. Once he had his bachelor’s degree, he headed back to the Big Apple to study at New York University Medical School. That’s the school that gave him his medical degree.
Gottlieb’s life began in the borough of Brooklyn. He was reared alongside brothers who were younger than him. His parents were Polish immigrants who had been on American soil since the sixties. Max Gottlieb, PhD is the name of Gottlieb’s dad. He works for CUNY (the City University of New York) as an economics professor. Gottlieb’s mother is just as esteemed in her vocation. Helena Gottlieb is a doctor who specializes in pediatric care.
This professional is someone who adores and appreciates hard work. He’s also someone who is fond of keeping up with his most beloved pastimes. He has an enthusiasm for baseball that’s unsurpassed in intensity. Baseball card trading was one of his biggest hobbies when he was younger. He was particularly keen on collecting anything associated with the Yankees. Gottlieb realized that he possessed a rare and distinctive power when he was in junior high. He participated in a school contest that revolved around stock choices. He came in at number one when all was said and done. Gottlieb dazzled his father with his proficiency. This encouraged his father to immediately set up an investment trading account for the boy. Gottlieb got a lot of insight regarding entrepreneurship around this time, too. He assists charitable organizations such as Math for America, Covenant House and Robin Hood Organization. He cares about philanthropic interests.