As Chief Executive Officer at Eurasia Group, Maziar Minovi is responsible for directing firm strategy and leading oversight of research, sales, and operations teams across Eurasia Group’s global offices. He previously served as managing director at the firm, overseeing coverage of cross-cutting, global trends in geopolitics.
Maziar has twenty-five years of experience investing in international and emerging markets. He was a senior member of the Investment Strategy Group at Goldman Sachs, where he identified investment opportunities in emerging markets—including in debt, equities, and currencies—as well as geopolitical and global policy issues with market impact. Prior to that, Maziar was the head of the Emerging Markets Group at MassMutual/Babson Capital Management. He has also worked for the International Monetary Fund, Long Term Capital Management, Putnam Investment Management, and the World Bank.
Maziar holds a doctorate in international finance and economic development, a master of business administration, and a bachelor of business administration from George Washington University. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is on the Investment Committee of the Brooklyn Public Library and the Organizing Committee of Noruz at the Met. He lives with his wife Michelle, and three children: Sirus, Mitra, and Arman in Brooklyn.