|Occupation||Vice Chairman, Head of Asia-Pacific Operations|
Schwartz was a partner at Goldman until from 1979-2001, where he served as chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia and president of Japanese operations.  He resigned from Goldman in 2002 to work at Soros Fund Management where he served as president and CEO from 2003-2004. In 2006, he founded the investment firm Taj Capital, which he left later that year to co-found and become chairman of MissionPoint Capital Partners LLC.
Schwartz holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard College (1976), received an MBA from Harvard Business School and a Masters in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.