Edgar Wachenheim, chairman of Greenhaven Associates, joined the MOI Global community at Latticework New York 2018, held at the Yale Club of New York City in September. Ed spoke about his investment philosophy with Saurabh Madaan, managing director of Markel Corporation.

Ed Wachenheim is Vice Chairman of the Board of Central National-Gottesman Inc., and sits on the board of the Museum of Modern Art, where he is Chair of the Finance Committee and a member of the Executive and Investment Committees, and the New York Public Library, where he was former Chair of the Executive Committee and former Chair of the Investment Committee (of which he is still a member). Ed is Trustee Emeritus of both Skidmore College, where he served as Vice Chair, and Rye Country Day School, where he was also Board President. Previously, Ed was a Trustee of UJA-Federation, New York Foundation, and Arthur Ross Foundation. He was also on the Board of Directors of Interstate Brands and several other smaller publicly owned corporations. Ed joined the WNET board in 2016. He is a graduate of Williams College. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a first-year Baker Scholar.

The audio recording is a special episode of the Latticework Podcast, presented by MOI Global.

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A transcript of the conversation will be shared here at a later date.

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