Michael Greenwald is Senior Vice President at Tiedemann Advisors. He provides geopolitical and macroeconomic guidance to the firm & clients. Michael serves as a trusted advisor and manages senior relationships with family offices in the United States, Middle East and Europe.
Prior to joining Tiedemann, Michael worked in senior roles within the U.S. Treasury in positions working with Africa, Europe and serving as a financial diplomat in the Middle East spanning the tenures of U.S. Treasury Secretaries Geithner, Lew and Mnuchin. Michael served as the first U.S. Treasury Attaché appointed to Qatar and Kuwait. Prior to that, he served as the U.S. Treasury Policy Advisor for Europe, leading the U.S. Delegation to the Council of Europe. Michael has also served in a variety of roles in the U.S. Intelligence Community and in the Office of General Counsel at the U.S. Treasury, working closely with the National Security Council at the White House on issues related to countering ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Iran, Ukraine/Russia, Syria & North Korea. Michael is a frequent speaker, writer & CNBC commentator on international security, the Middle East & illicit finance issues.
Michael has many other business interests including Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs & Adjunct Professor, Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies. He is a Senior Member of the Atlantic Council and Board Member of Halo Maritime Defense Systems, Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation and Aspen Institute, Vanguard Society of Fellows.
His philanthropic work includes serving as Chair, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Next Generation Board, Senior Advisor, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute & National Board Member & Chairman of the Finance Committee, Susan G Komen Foundation.