William H. Reeves is a director and co-founder of BlueCrest Capital Management Based in London, BlueCrest manages investments for a predominantly institutional investor base across 15 diverse funds. Until April 2000, when he left to establish BlueCrest, Mr. Reeves was a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan in London and head of macro strategy and trading within the proprietary trading group. Prior to that, Mr. Reeves was a fund manager at Salomon Brothers Asset Management Limited and at Fisher Francis Trees and Watts, with responsibility for managing leveraged capital. He has also worked for JP Morgan New York where, from 1991 to 1993, he was a Vice President in charge of a team managing the company's leveraged multi-currency proprietary investment portfolio. Mr. Reeves is a US Trustee of the Children's Investment Fund Foundation. He holds an MA in Philosophy from New York University and a BA in English from Yale University. Mr. Reeves was born in Honolulu and raised in Richmond, Virginia.
His wife, Debbier Berger, worked in also worked in finance before going into the non-profit world. They two founded Unbound Philanthropy. Based in New York, the foundation promotes the ideal of self-determination by working to equalize the distribution of opportunities in refugee and immigrant populations worldwide. In 2007 she returned to Hawaii and founded The Learning Coalition or TLC. TLC's goal is to assist Hawaii’s public schools by building and strengthening a grass roots movement around their transformation into world class institutions of 21st century learning.