Dr. Stephen Blyth is the former President and the CEO of the HMC (Harvard Management Company). He went to Harvard University as a student himself. Dr. Blyth not only did his AM and Ph.D. from Harvard but was also one of its teaching faculty. He was so good at teaching that he received the Phi Beta Kappa Prize.
Dr. Blyth taught quantitative finance before joining the HMC in 2006 as the Head of Internal Management. He also served as the Head of Public Markets during his time in HMC.
Later, he was appointed as the CEO in 2015. While he was the CEO, he made some reforms. He set new frameworks in the asset allocation frameworks. He even worked to make collaborative investment decisions and even the compensation system better.
However, he could not hold the position for more than a year because of his cancer and resigned in 2016. Dr. Blyth took time off from his work to treat his disease and finally won over it. After recovering from it, he went back to his teaching job.
|Popular Name||Stephen Blyth|
|Real Name||Dr. Stephen Blyth|
|Date of birth||Unknown|
|Place of birth||Unknown|
|Occupation||Professor and former CEO and President|
|Net worth||11 Million USD|
Stephen Blyth Wife and Family
Despite being part of talk shows and interacting with his students, Dr. Blyth has maintained privacy about his personal life.
He has shared that during his fight against the battle, his wife was there to take care of him and support him. However, he has not revealed her identity to this day.
He has also not shared anything about his children or his family.
Stephen Blyth Net Worth
Dr. Blyth is a successful figure who has established himself as a great CEO and an even better teacher.
He has a solid academic background which has helped him earn a great deal of fortune. In the year 2015, he received 14.9 Million from Harvard University as one of its six endowments.
However, Dr. Blyth is a kind and sincere person who has helped many students and given back to society.
So, despite receiving such a huge amount back in 2015, his net worth is 11 Million USD in 2023.
Education and High School
Dr. Blyth is an overly qualified man. He is a Ph.D. holder and has been alumni of many renowned colleges.
He got his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from the renowned Cambridge University in 1988. It was in the same university, where he also earned his Master’s degree in Mathematics in 1991.
After completing his bachelor’s from Cambridge University, Dr. Blyth did not immediately enroll in its next program. Instead, he joined Harvard University, where he earned his AM degree in Statistics in 1989.
It was only after getting his AM degree he went back to Cambridge to get his Master’s degree. Once he got his degree, he again went to Harvard University for his Ph.D.
He completed his Ph.D. in Statistics in 1992 and put the title Dr in front of his name.
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The Ph.D. holder in Statistics started his career in the Imperial College London as a Lecturer. He started his job in the same year he got his Ph.D.
After working for two years as a lecturer, Dr. Blyth left the job and joined the HBSC as its Vice president. While holding this job, he looked after its branches in both London and New York.
He worked there for around three years before moving to Morgan Stanley in New York, where he worked as its managing director.
He also worked as a managing director for the Deutsche Bank in London for three more years before working at Harvard University.
He joined Harvard University in the Department of Statistics in 2006. He worked as a Visiting Scholar for three years before becoming a lecturer.
During his time at Harvard University as a faculty member of the Department of Statistics, Dr. Blyth also worked as the Managing Director of the Harvard Management Company till 2015.
It was during 2015 when he received his promotion as the President and CEO of the company.
He held the post for a year and resigned in 2016 because of his ongoing treatment against cancer.
Dr. Blyth won against his disease after a year-long treatment, but instead of going back to the Company, he decided to go back to teaching.
Currently, he has been taking lectures at Harvard University as the Professor of Practice in Statistics.