Weinberg is a grandson of Sidney Weinberg, "the father of the modern Goldman Sachs"; many of his family members also worked for Goldman Sachs. He was educated at Claremont McKenna College (B.A. 1979), California, and received his MBA from Harvard in 1983. He was head of European business at Goldman Sachs, and in 2006 went into business as a partner with takeover specialist Joseph R. Perella at his newly formed boutique investment bank, Perella Weinberg Partners.
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- Das, Anupreeta; Dana Cimilucca (1 January 2013). "More of the Same Old, Same Old for M&A Bankers - WSJ.com". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 16 January 2013.
- Leadership biography at BAE Systems
- "Wall Street Needs More Skin in the Game"; op-ed piece by Weinberg in The Wall Street Journal
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