Jeffrey W. Greenberg
|Jeffrey W. Greenberg|
|Born||Jeffrey Wayne Greenberg
1951 (age 65–66)
|Occupation||Lawyer, business executive|
|Spouse(s)||Nikki Finke (1980-1982)|
|Parent(s)||Corinne Phyllis Zuckerman
Maurice R. Greenberg
|Relatives||Evan G. Greenberg (brother)
Scott Greenberg (brother)
Cathleen Greenberg (sister)
Early life and education
He began his career at Marsh & McLennan after graduation. Greenberg resigned as CEO of Marsh & McLennan after the firm was charged with rigging, and as part of a lucrative kickback scheme, "stifling competition" according to New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.
He is currently chairman of the private equity firm he founded, Aquiline Holdings.
- Staff report (January 10, 2005). The Fallen Managers: Jeffrey Greenberg. The Best & Worst Managers Of The Year. Businessweek
- Executive Profile: Jeffrey W. Greenberg J.D. Businessweek
- "CFR Membership List" (PDF).
- Divorce, Corporate American Style. Divorce, Corporate American Style Divorce, Corporate American Style. NY Times
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