Martin C. Murrer
Martin (Marty) Murrer graduated from The Ohio State University in 1979 with a 4.0 average and a concentration on Finance and Marketing. After obtaining his MBA from UCLA in 1981, he spent the next 34 years on Wall Street primarily as an investment banker at major Wall Street firms including Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch. His specialty was the sale of businesses and he completed over 200 merger and acquisition transactions while running merger groups at several firms.
In 2016, Marty joined Muirfield Capital Global Advisors, an alternative asset management firm as a Partner. He is the Managing Member of Muirfield GSE, a special situations fund that according to HSBC’s HedgeWeekly was the #2 performing hedge fund in 2019 out of its survey of over 400 funds.
Marty has also been active at Ohio State. In 2004, he and his brother Andrew endowed the Murrer Professorship in Finance. He also was a member of the Foundation Board and is a member of the Investment Working Group which advises the Chief Financial Officer of Ohio State on Endowment Matters. Marty is also a co-founder of the UCLA Fink Center for Finance and Investment.
He has been a Board Member of numerous public and private companies as well as nonprofits. He was a Board member of Catholic Charities of New York for 15 years where he led the Program and Quality Improvement Committee.