Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
In 1969, Saint-Donat earned his Doctor of Science degree in Mathematics from Harvard University.
In 1969, Saint-Donat earned his Doctor of Science degree in Mathematics from Harvard University, followed by his habilitation a few years later at the University of Paris — XI (1973).
In 1971, Saint-Donat became a research fellow at Harvard University. From 1974 to 1976, he served as an assistant professor at Columbia University, New York City. In 1976, he became an associate professor at Yale University, New Haven.
Five years later, Bernard Saint-Donat became a senior vice president at Lehman Brothers. In 1989, he became a managing general partner at Knox Investment Partners, where he served for 4 years.
In 1995 Saint-Donat served as a managing director at Credit Agricole-Lazard Financial Products Bank. The following year, he worked at Lazard Frères & Co (now Lazard). From 2001 to 2004, he worked again at Lehman Brothers.
Besides, he is a founder and president of financial consulting firm Saint-Donat & Co.
Bernard Jacques Saint-Donat is a member of numerous societies, including the Elizabethan Club at Yale University, the Yale Club of New York City, the Harvard Club of New York City, and the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS).
In addition, he has been a faculty member at Columbia and Yale Universities, a member of Harvard University’s Overseer’s Committee for Mathematics and founder and president of the Friends of the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques. He is currently chairman of the Friends of the Mathematics Department at Harvard.
On June 6, 1986, Bernard Saint-Donat married Ingrid Claire Armstrong, by whom he had two children.