Robert Litterman

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Robert Litterman "of New York, New York, is Chairman of the Quantitative Investment Strategies group of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Bob is the co-developer, along with the late Fischer Black, of the Black-Litterman Global Asset Allocation Model, a key tool in the Investment Management Division’s asset allocation process. Prior to moving to the Investment Management Division, Bob was head of the firm wide Risk Department. Preceding his time in the Operations, Technology & Finance Division, he spent eight years in the Fixed Income Division’s research department, where he was co-director.

"Before joining the firm in 1986, Bob was an assistant vice president in the Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and an assistant professor in the Economics Department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Bob is a member of the board of the World Wildlife Fund. He earned a BS in Human Biology from Stanford University in 1973 and a PhD in Economics from the University of Minnesota in 1980. Bob and his wife, Mary, live in Short Hills, New Jersey." [1]

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  1. Directors, WWF USA, accessed October 5, 2008.