|Born||1960/1961 (age 57–58)|
|Alma mater||Uppsala University|
|Occupation||Hedge fund manager|
|Net worth||US$1.45 billion (May 2018)|
He earned a bachelor's degree from Uppsala University. He then spent 2 years in Paris covering European stocks for Atlantic Finance. He then earned an MBA at Columbia University.
In 1998, Sandell set up Sandell Asset Management, a hedge fund with its headquarters in New York.
The company's business focus on global risk arbitrage, equity special situations and credit opportunities. Its UCITS hedge fund was awarded Best Performing Risk Arbitrage Fund by The Hedge Fund Journal and was included in "The Hedge Fund Hot 100".
Sandell is a founding board member of The New Leader's Group of the Institute of International Education, the administrator of the United States Government's Fulbright Program. He is also a Trustee of Friends of ARK (Absolute Return for Kids), a charity focused on supporting a variety of initiatives that fight disease, abuse and poverty afflicting children around the globe.
He is married, with one child, and lives in London, England.
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