Stephen Mandel Net Worth

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Stephen Mandel Net Worth:
$2.1 Billion

Stephen Mandel net worth: Stephen Mandel is the founder of the hedge fund Lone Pine Capital who has a net worth of $2.1 billion dollars. Born March 12, 1956, he is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy (1974) and a graduate of Dartmouth College (1978), where he majored in government and was a Psi Upsilon fraternity member. He earned his M.B.A. from Harvard University. Between 1980 and 1984, he worked for Mars & Co. as a senior consultant and from 1984 to 1990, he was a consumer-retail analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Co. before working as a consumer analyst (and then a managing director) at Tiger Management, a hedge fund founded by Julian Robertson. He left Tiger Management in 1997 and founded his own hedge fund, Lone Pine Capital LLC, named after a Dartmouth College pine tree that survived a 1887 lightning strike. Forbes listed Stephen Mandel as one of the 40 Highest-Earning hedge fund managers in 2012 and as one of the 25 Highest-Earning hedge fund managers in 2013. Mandel is chairman of Dartmouth's board of trustees and also serves on the National Board of Directors at Teach for America (an American non-profit whose mission is to eliminate educational inequity by enlisting high-achieving recent college graduates and professionals to teach for at least two years in low-income communities throughout the United States). He also founded two charitable foundations: Zoom Foundation and Lone Pine Foundation.

Stephen Mandel Net Worth

Stephen Mandel

Net Worth:$2.1 Billion
Date of Birth:Mar 12, 1956 (65 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Investor
Nationality:United States of America
Last Updated:2021
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