Courtesy of: The Wall Street Journal

John Mack

John Mack is a Lebanese American businessman and philanthropist. 

He was born on November 17, 1944, in Mooresville, North Carolina and has served as the chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley and the CEO of Credit Suisse. He is currently a senior advisor at the investment firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts.

Before his rise to fame, John received a history degree from Duke University.    

Throughout his career, John has been honored with seats on the boards of multiple prestigious companies and institutions. This includes the Bloomberg Family Foundation, China Investment Corporation’s International Advisory Council, the Mayor of Beijing’s International Business Leaders Advisory Council, the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s international advisory panel, and Duke University’s board of trustees. He is the chairman emeriti of New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s board of trustees.


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