Jack Rivkin is Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of Neuberger Berman, a Lehman Brothers Company. He is also a member of Neuberger's Executive Management Committee. Mr. Rivkin began his investment career in 1968 as a research analyst at Mitchell Hutchins, and became Director of Research there. After Paine Webber acquired Mitchell Hutchins, Mr. Rivkin served in variety of positions including, Director of Research, CFO of the parent company; President and CEO of PaineWebber Mitchell Hutchins – the equity trading and investment arm of PaineWebber; Chairman of Mitchell Hutchins Asset Management and President of PaineWebber Capital. From 1987 to 1992 he was Director of Global Research and, subsequently Head of the Worldwide Equities Division of Lehman Brothers Inc. From 1993 to 1995, Mr. Rivkin served as Vice Chairman and Director of Global Research at Smith Barney (ultimately a subsidiary of Citigroup). He was an Executive Vice President with Citigroup Investments from 1995 through 2001, responsible for private equity investments. He joined Neuberger in 2002. Born in 1940, Mr. Rivkin earned his professional engineering degree from the Colorado School of Mines and his MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. He is the Co-author of "Risk & Reward -- Venture Capital and the Making of America's Great Industries," Random House, 1987. He is the principal subject in a series of Harvard Business School cases describing his experience as Director of Research and Head of Equities at Lehman Brothers. He is a Director of Dale Carnegie and Associates Inc., a member of the Economic Club of New York, and most importantly, the Anglers’ Club.