Dough Kass is one of the prominent figures when it comes to the investment sector in the USA. He is the founder and president of Seabreeze Partners, which is a firm of conservative short sellers.
Kass is a qualified expert with an MBA degree in finance and more than forty-five years of experience. He has been actively sharing his knowledge with others.
He takes lectures in many famous business schools as a principal contributor and a lecturer. He also appears as a guest in many CNBC programs like Bloomberg TV, Mad Money, etc.
Biography & Wiki Summary
|Popular Name||Doug Kass|
|Real Name||Douglas A. Kass|
|Date of birth||February 11, 1949|
|Age||74 years old|
|Place of birth||Unknown|
|Occupation||President of Seabreeze Partners, Author, Lecturer, Columnist, and Former host|
|Net worth||Not disclosed|
Kass not only has forty-five years of experience when it comes to investment and business, but he also has an MBA degree in finance. He went to Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania for his Master’s degree.
Before attending Wharton School, Kass went to Alfred University in New York for his bachelor’s degree.
Kass started his career in the housing industry in 1972. He worked for the Kidder Peabody as its analyst.
He worked there for two years and then started his job with Putnam Management as its Vicepresident, economist, and analyst.
By this time, he already had a bit of experience. So, he took this experience and worked with many other companies as their general partner and director. Kass was the general partner of DAK securities and Glickenhaus & Co.
All these jobs added more experience to his career, and he landed the post of executive senior Vice president and director at the JW Charles. It was just the start as he became the director of Empire Resource, Inc in 2011.
After working for others for so many years, finally, Kass decided to start his own company and founded the Seabreeze Partners.
Besides his business and investment, Kass has also devoted his time as an author. He has written the book Dough Kass in the Market: A Life on the Street.
Currently, Kass is enjoying the outcome of his forty-five year-long hard work. He has a successful career and social life.
Though Doug has been able to keep himself away from the controversy, the same is not the case for his son, Ethan. In 2005, Ethan got fired from Circle T Partners, where he worked as a processing clerk.
He was involved in unauthorized trading, which caused the company to lose 8.5 Million USD. The company even sued him for this, which Ethan settled by paying 50 thousand USD as settlement.