David Tendler

David Tendler is the founder and a principal of the international consulting firm Tendler, Beretz LLC. In 1981, he was named chairman and CEO of Phibro Corporation, an international commodity trading company, which subsequently acquired Salomon Brothers. Mr. Tendler in 1982 became Co-Chairman and CEO of Phibro-Salomon (now Citigroup). He serves also as a director of Savient Pharmaceuticals, Iselin, New Jersey. Mr. Tendler has held leadership positions in various public service organizations including currently as Trustee of the Center for the Advancement of Women and as a member of the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of the New York Blood Center, and formerly as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Lennox Hill Hospital. He has received awards for his charitable and public service work from various organizations including the Henry Street Settlement, and the Foreign Trade Society of Bernard M. Baruch College.