Jonathan Steinberg Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Westport, and Wisdomtree
Jonathan Steinberg Biography
A native of Cambridge, United Kingdom, Jonathan Steinberg was the Walter H. Annenberg Professor of European History Emeritus and Chair of the Department of History at the University of Pennsylvania.
Jonathan Steinberg Age
Steinberg was 86 years old as of 2020. He was born on 8 March 1934 in New York, United States. He died on 4th March 2021.
Jonathan Steinberg Height
Steinberg stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches( 1.78 m)tall and weighs about 78kg.
Jonathan Steinberg Education
Steinberg acquired his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and his Ph.D. from Cambridge University. After administering for 33 years at Cambridge University as a Reader in European History and then University Lecturer, a Vice-Master, and a Fellow of Trinity Hall, he now teaches at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
He is an emeritus associate of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and acted as an External Examiner in Part II of the Cambridge History Tripos from 2009 to 2011.
Jonathan Steinberg Family
Steinberg was born to a rich family as his parents are Barbara Herzog (Mother) and Saul Steinberg (Father). Saul is the chief executive officer of Wisdom Tree Investments as well as Reliance Group Holdings. He also has a sibling named Laura Steinberg and two half-siblings named Julian and Holden from Saul’s second and third marriages.
Jonathan Steinberg Wife
Steinberg is married to Maria Bartiromo. The couple tied the knot on June 13, 1999, and they have no kids together. We will update this section as soon as the information is available. Presently, instead of being parents, they seem to focus on their profession
Jonathan Steinberg Net Worth
Steinberg has an estimated net worth of $38.3 Million dollars as of 2020.
Jonathan Steinberg Westpot
Steinberg was first selected for Westport’s Representative Town Meeting, the town’s legislative body, in 2003. During his seven-year term, he was elected unanimously as Deputy Moderator three times and, at various times, chaired four RTM committees: the Arts, Library Museum, Information Technology, Health and Human Services, and the ad hoc Communications Committee.
Jonathan Steinberg Wisdomtree
Prior to establishing WisdomTree, Steinberg established and acted as CEO and Chairman of Individual Investor Group, Inc. From 1998 to 2004, he carried the role of Ticker magazines and Editor-in-Chief of Individual Investor.
Before his entrepreneurial achievements, Steinberg was an Analyst in the Mergers & Acquisitions division at Bear Stearns & Co. He attended The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and is the author of Midas Investing, published by Random House in 1996. He owns over 177,099 units of WisdomTree Investments stock worth over $30,301,147 and over the last 9 years, he sold WETF stock worth over $1,946,379.
Jonathan Steinberg Career
Steinberg obtained his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and his Ph.D. from Cambridge University. After serving for 33 years at Cambridge University as Reader in European History and then University Lecturer, a Vice-Master, and Fellow of Trinity Hall, he taught at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
He was an emeritus fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and served as an External Examiner in Part II of the Cambridge History Tripos from 2009 to 2011.
Steinberg’s teaching covered modern Europe since 1789 with specialization in modern Jewish history, Fascist Italy, German and Austrian Empires, and Nazi Germany. He also taught economic thought from Adam Smith to Karl Marx and graduate seminars in historical thought and method.
Jonathan Steinberg Books
- Bismarck: A Life 2011
- Why Switzerland? 1976
- Plumás estilográficas 1998
- All or Nothing 1990
- All Or Nothing: The Axis and the Holocaust 1941-43 2002
- The Deutsche Bank and it’s gold transactions during the Second World War 1999
- Tirpitz and the birth of the German battle fleet 1965
- Fountain Pens: The Collector’s Guide to Selecting, Buying, and Enjoying New and Vintage Fountain Pens 1994
- European History and European Lives: 1715-1914 2003
- Fountain Pens: A Collector’s Guide 1998
- Identifying Fountain Pens: The New Compact Study Guide and Identifier 1997