Michael is the Founder and Managing Partner of Hudson Structured Capital Management, an investment management firm focusing on reinsurance and transport assets.
Michael was a Partner & Managing Director of Goldman Sachs for 2006 to 2015, and served as Global Head of Structured Finance, Co-Chairman of the Structured Finance Capital Committee, and President of Goldman Sachs Mortgage Company and its affiliates. Michael joined Goldman Sachs in 1994. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs he was a portfolio manager at John Hancock and an analyst at Citibank.
Over the course of his career he played a key role in building Goldman Sachs’s businesses in reinsurance, transport, pharmaceutical and media structured finance, project finance and private placements. He worked directly with teams that completed first time transactions in aviation, film and catastrophe securitization. He has published articles on insurance finance, securitization and distress.
Michael serves on the Board of Trustees of The Catholic University of America as well as the Board of Visitors for the School of Business and Economics; the Board of Trustees of the Inner City Scholarship Fund; the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Boys and Girls State Foundation for which he also serves as Treasurer; the Publication Committee of the Manhattan Institute; the Board of Trustees as well as the Finance Committee for The Ursuline School, the Boston College Wall Street Council and the Advisory Board of the Boston College Center for Asset Management. He is a member of the Order of Malta.
Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts from Cornell in 1987 cum laude, and his Masters of Science in Finance from Boston College in 1994 as valedictorian. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He and his wife Joy have five children and live in New Rochelle, New York.