Jeffrey Epstein Scandal: Glenn Dubin Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife (Eva Andersson), Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Glenn Dubin Bio

Glenn Russell Dubin is the Principal of Dubin & Co. LP, a private investment company managing a diversified portfolio of operating businesses and other investments across a broad range of industries and asset classes. He is also the Co-Founder of Highbridge Capital Management, an alternative asset management company based in New York City and a founding board member of the Robin Hood Foundation.

Glenn Dubin Age

He is 62 years old.

Glenn Dubin Net worth

Glenn Russell Dubin Estimated Net worth is US$2.1 billion as on July 2019 approx.

Glenn Dubin Wife

He was married to Eva Andersson-Dubin. Eva Andersson (born in 1958) is a Swedish-born American Former Model, Beauty Pageant Winner, Physician, and Founder from New York. She is best known as the Wife of Glenn Dubin, who is an American investor.

Glenn Dubin Family

Glenn Russell Dubin was born to a middle-class Jewish family in the Washington Heights section of upper Manhattan.

Glenn Dubin Parents

He is the oldest son of Harvey and Edith Dubin. His father, a Russian Jew, was a taxi driver who later worked in dress manufacturing. His mother was an Austrian Jewish immigrant who worked as a hospital administrator.

Glenn Dubin Education

Dubin attended public school at Washington Heights’ P.S. 132 and went on to Stony Brook University, where he graduated in 1978 with a degree in economics. He was also a member of the school’s football team and lacrosse club.

Career

Dubin began his career in finance as a retail stock broker at E. F. Hutton & Co. in 1978. He was joined in 1984 by childhood friend Henry Swieca, and the pair started Dubin & Swieca, an early “fund of funds” business that constructed multi-manager hedge fund portfolios guided by the principles of modern portfolio theory. In 1992 they started Highbridge Capital Management with $35 million in the capital, naming the firm after the 19th Century aqueduct that connects Washington Heights with the Bronx.

Highbridge Capital Management is an institutional alternative-asset management company which, together with its affiliates, manages approximately $30 billion in the capital. The firm is based in New York with offices in London and Hong Kong.

In late 2004, J.P. Morgan Asset Management—a division of JPMorgan Chase—purchased a majority interest in Highbridge. In July 2009, J.P. Morgan Asset Management completed its purchase of substantially all remaining shares of the firm—a transaction that was reputedly worth more than $1.3 billion.

Following the Highbridge/J.P. Morgan partnership, Highbridge announced in October 2010 the purchase of a majority interest in Gávea Investimentos, a leading alternative asset management company in Brazil. Gávea was co-founded in 2003 by Chairman and Chief Investment Officer Arminio Fraga, former President of the Central Bank of Brazil.

In October 2012, it was announced that Glenn Dubin, Paul Tudor Jones and a group of commodity market luminaries were to buy the merchant energy operation Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy (“LDH Energy”). Founded in 2006 as a joint venture between the Louis Dreyfus Group and Highbridge Capital Management, the new company is called Castleton Commodities International, LLC where Dubin is Chairman and lead shareholder.

Glenn Dubin Philanthropy

In 1987, Dubin was asked by the fellow hedge fund manager and close friend Paul Tudor Jones to join him and Peter Borish in a venture philanthropy project Jones had conceived and started. The resulting Robin Hood Foundation has raised and granted more than $2 billion to fight poverty in New York City. The foundation finds, funds, and creates programs and schools that generate measurable results for families in New York’s poorest neighborhoods. A rigorous system of metrics and third-party evaluation of these groups guarantees accountability. The board pays all administrative, fundraising, and evaluation costs, allowing 100% of donations to go directly to organizations helping New Yorkers in need. Dubin has served on the board since its founding, is a former Board Chair, and sits on the Jobs and Economic Security subcommittee.

In 2010, Dubin established the Dubin Fellowship for Emerging Leaders at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership. The fellowship provides tuition for up to ten students each year, characterized as “strategic investments in outstanding individuals with demonstrated promise.” Dubin is a member of the Dean’s Executive Committee at the Kennedy School.

Dubin is also a trustee of the Mt. Sinai Medical Center. He and his wife founded the Dubin Breast Center at Mt. Sinai in 2010 to provide comprehensive integrated breast care in a patient-centered environment. The multidisciplinary Center is headed by Dr. Elisa Port.

In addition, the Dubins have funded the Dubin Family Athletic Performance Center at Stony Brook University.

On April 19, 2012, Dubin and his wife Eva signed The Giving Pledge, created by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. The commitment of the pledge is to give away at least 50% of their wealth to charity within their lifetime.

Glenn Dubin Personal life

In 1994, Dubin married Eva Andersson, a medical doctor, and the couple has three children (two daughters and son). Dr. Andersson-Dubin was born in Sweden where she was educated and began her medical training at the Karolinska Institute School of Medicine in Stockholm. She received her M.D. from UCLA in 1989. Dr. Andersson-Dubin is also a former Miss Sweden (1980) and 4th runner-up in Miss Universe 1980. The Dubins live in Manhattan and own property in Gunnison County, Colorado, and Sweden. In August 2019, Dubin was implicated in the Jeffrey Epstein sex ring when thousands of documents were unsealed.

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Glenn Dubin Jeffrey Epstein Scandal

A 15-year-old Swedish girl was allegedly confined to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private island and kept there as a sex slave, it has been claimed in newly unsealed court documents.

The horrific allegations were made by a butler who worked for hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin and his wife, Eva Andersson-Dubin.

During a 2016 deposition which was revealed publicly for the first time on Friday, the butler, Rinaldo Rizzo, tearfully described seeing a 15-year-old girl in his boss’s kitchen in 2005.

Rizzo testified in the deposition that the girl was brought to the home by Andersson-Dubin, a former Miss Sweden who once dated Epstein.

The butler said that the girl reminded him of other girls he saw at Epstein’s home, according to The Daily Beast.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Unsealed court documents from a lawsuit filed by one of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged ‘sex slaves’ revealed damning allegations against wealthy pedophile 
  • Butler who worked for Glenn Dubin and his wife, Eva Andersson-Dubin, testified in 2016 that he met a 15-year-old Swedish girl at his boss’ home 
  • The teen was ‘quivering’ and ‘shaking uncontrollably’ as she told the butler, Rinaldo Rizzo, that she worked for Epstein 
  • The girl also alleged that she was pressured into having sex by Epstein’s alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, and his assistant, Sarah Kellen, in U.S. Virgin Islands 
  • When she refused, the girl said that Maxwell and Kellen confiscated her passport and ID 
  • Revelations were contained in documents unsealed from lawsuit filed against Maxwell by Virginia Roberts Giuffre
  • Giuffre has alleged that she was Epstein’s and Maxwell’s ‘sex slave’ and that Glenn Dubin participated in a sex trafficking ring with Epstein
  • Dubin has denied the allegations. The couple also denies the allegations about the Swedish girl, which they are ‘false’ and ‘defamatory’ 
  • Epstein has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges of sex trafficking in girls as young as 14, from at least 2002 to 2005

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