Jeffrey Weingarten began his career as a securities analyst at Scheinman Hochstein & Trotta in 1970, before moving to Wertheim & Co. in 1977, he joined the research division at Goldman Sachs & Co in new York, becoming Director of Research in London in 1987 and general partner of Goldman Sachs & Co in 1990. From 1991 - 1995 Jeffrey was the Chief Investment Officer and Managing Director of Goldman Sachs Asset Management International, before returning to International Equity Research as Global Strategist. From 1998 - 2008, Jeffrey was General Partner and Chief Investment Officer of Buttonwood Capital Partners.
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Weingarten is now in charge of third-party business for Grosvenor, the Duke of Westminster's property company.