Mark Siegel

Adjunct Fellow

Mark Siegel

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Mark Siegel is an adjunct fellow at Hudson Institute.



Mark Siegel is an adjunct fellow at Hudson Institute. He is also managing partner of Chancellors Point Partners LLC. 

Mr. Siegel’s 40-year career in finance has spanned banking, investment banking, management consulting, and portfolio management. Most recently he spent 16 years at Elliott Management, which he joined in 2006 in Tokyo, and where he was the founding managing director of Elliott's then-newest office. He relocated to its New York office in 2008 where his investment focus was primarily on developed market interest rates and foreign exchange rates. 

That followed almost 15 years of managing the emerging markets fixed income teams at MassMutual and Putnam Investments. Prior to that, Mr. Siegel was an investment banker in the M&A Group at Salomon Brothers, where he worked in both the New York and London offices, and he spent significant time in central and eastern Europe doing advisory and capital raising assignments shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall. 

Earlier experience included working for the Boston Consulting Group and at Continental Illinois. He holds a BA cum laude from Cornell University and received an MBA from Stanford University, where he was subsequently a trustee of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Trust. 

He currently sits on the board of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation. He is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations.