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Jonathan Steinberg Net Worth, Father, Wife, Kids, Maria Bartiromo Husband

Jonathan Steinberg Biography, Wikipedia

Jonathan Steinberg is an American businessman and celebrity husband, famously known for being the husband of Maria Bartiromo, an American financial journalist, television personality, news anchor, and author.

Jonathan “Jono” Steinberg founded our company and has served as Chief Executive Officer since 1998 and from August 2012 to September 2019 as President. He has been a member of the Board of Directors since October 1988, serving as Chair of the Board of Directors from October 1988 to November 2004.

He also served as Editor-in-Chief of Individual Investor and Ticker, two magazines formerly published by our company. Mr. Steinberg was responsible for the creation and development of our proprietary index methodology.

Prior to founding WisdomTree, Mr. Steinberg was employed as an analyst in the Mergers and Acquisitions Department of Bear, Stearns & Co., Inc., an investment banking firm, from 1986 to 1988. Mr. Steinberg is the author of Midas Investing, published by Times Books, a division of Random House, Inc.

In connection with our strategic investment in December 2019 in Securrency, Inc., a technology company focused on blockchain-based financial services infrastructure, Mr. Steinberg joined Securrency’s board of directors. He attended The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

Jonathan Steinberg Age

Jonathan is over 57 years old as of 2024, he was born in the United States of America. He has been celebrating his birthday every year together with his family and friends. We are keeping tabs on Steinberg’s age and will update this section with more information about his date of birth once available.

Jonathan Steinberg Height

Steinberg stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in (approximately 1.7m) he has moderate weight.

Jonathan Steinberg Job

Jonathan Steinberg founded WisdomTree and has served as its CEO since October 1988. He is also the President of the company and a member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Steinberg, along with Luciano Siracusano, was in charge of developing WisdomTree’s proprietary index methodology.

Mr. Steinberg was the Chairman and CEO of Individual Investor Group, Inc. before founding WisdomTree. He was the Editor-in-Chief of Individual Investor and Ticker magazines from 1998 to 2004.

Mr. Steinberg previously worked as an Analyst in the Mergers and Acquisitions Department of Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. from 1986 to 1988. He attended the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and is the author of Midas Investing, which was published by Random House in 1996.

Jonathan Steinberg Net Worth

Jonathan L Steinberg’s net worth is estimated to be at least $54.8 million as of 15 February 2024. Mr. Steinberg owns more than 153,913 units of Wisdomtree Investments Inc. stock worth more than $45,934,677, and he has sold WETF stock worth more than $2,849,849. In addition, as Chief Executive Officer and Director at Wisdomtree Investments Inc., he earns $6,060,310.

Jonathan Steinberg Father – Saul Steinberg

Saul Steinberg (June 15, 1914 – May 12, 1999) was a Romanian American painter best known for his work for The New Yorker, particularly View of the World from 9th Avenue. He referred to himself as “a writer who draws.”

Steinberg was born to a Jewish family in Râmnicu Sărat, Buzău County, Romania. He enrolled at the University of Bucharest in 1932. He enrolled in the Polytechnic University of Milan in 1933 to study architecture, and he graduated in 1940.

He began contributing cartoons to the satirical newspaper Bertoldo in 1936. Two years later, the Fascist government’s anti-Semitic racial laws forced him to seek refuge in another country.

He fled to the Dominican Republic in 1941, where he stayed for a year while waiting for a US visa. His drawings had already appeared in several US periodicals by that point; his first contribution to The New Yorker was published in October 1941.

Steinberg arrived in New York City in July 1942 and was quickly commissioned in the US Naval Reserve before being seconded to the Office of Strategic Services (OSS).

In China, North Africa, and Italy, he worked for the Morale Operations division. He married the Romanian-born painter Hedda Sterne after being shipped back to Washington in 1944.

Steinberg continued to publish drawings in The New Yorker and other magazines after WWII, including Fortune, Vogue, Mademoiselle, and Harper’s Bazaar. Simultaneously, he began an exhibition career in galleries and museums.

He participated in the critically acclaimed “Fourteen Americans” exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1946, alongside Arshile Gorky, Isamu Noguchi, and Robert Motherwell, among others.

Steinberg went on to have over 80 one-person shows in galleries and museums across the United States, Europe, and South America.

He worked at the Betty Parsons and Sidney Janis galleries in New York, as well as the Galerie Maeght in Paris. A dozen museums and institutions have extensive collections of his work, and examples can be found in over eighty other public collections.

He and Sterne divorced in 1960, but remained close.

Steinberg’s long and varied career included works in a variety of media and appearances in a variety of contexts. He created advertising art, photoworks, textiles, stage sets, and murals in addition to magazine publications and gallery art.

Given his multifaceted output, it is difficult to place his work within the canons of postwar art history. “I don’t quite belong to the art, cartoon, or magazine worlds, so the art world doesn’t quite know where to place me,” he explained.

He can best be described as a “Without a portfolio, he is a modernist who is constantly pushing boundaries into uncharted visual territory. He made no distinction between high and low art in subject matter and styles, which he freely conflated in an oeuvre that is stylistically diverse yet consistent in depth and visual imagination.”

The Saul Steinberg Foundation was established in accordance with the artist’s will after his death on May 12, 1999. The Foundation’s mission is to “encourage the study and appreciation of Saul Steinberg’s contribution to twentieth-century art,” as well as to “serve as a resource for the international curatorial-scholarly community and the general public.”

The Saul Steinberg Foundation’s website contains extensive information about Steinberg’s life and career.

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