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|Alma mater||Harvard University|
Harvard Law School
Harvard Business School
|Known for||Founder of Silver Lake Partners|
After studying at The Lawrenceville School and graduating in 1973, Hutchins earned an AB from Harvard College in 1977 and began his career as a credit analyst at Chemical Bank In 1984, he finished a joint JD/MBA program from Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School, which he completed simultaneously. Following his graduation, Hutchins began his career in private equity at Thomas H. Lee Partners.
Hutchins left the firm in 1992 to join the Bill Clinton presidential transition team as a Senior Adviser focusing on economic policy. After two years serving as a Special Advisor on economic and healthcare policy in the Clinton Administration, Hutchins returned to private equity, this time joining The Blackstone Group in New York.
Hutchins serves as chairman of Silver Lake portfolio companies SunGard and as a member of the board of NASDAQ OMX Group. He has previously served as the chairman of Instinet, prior to Silver Lake's exit from that company. Additionally, he has served on the board of such Silver Lake portfolio companies as TD Ameritrade, Seagate Technology, MCI, Inc., Gartner and Sabre Holdings.
- Hutchins sat on the board of The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he was reelected as a Class B director for a three-year term ending December 31, 2018.
- Vice Chairman of the Brookings Institution.
- A member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
- Partial owner of the Boston Celtics.
- Member of Center for American Progress Board of Directors
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- Membership Roster cfr.org
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