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Sandy Weill Edit Profile

also known as Sanford I. Weill

diversified financial services company executive

Sandy Weill was American diversified financial services company executive.


Weill, Sandy was born on March 16, 1933 in Brooklyn. Son of Max and Etta (Kalika) Weill.


Bachelor, Cornell University, 1955. Student Graduate School Business and Public Administration, Cornell University, 1955.


Chairman board, Committee on Ethics and Professionalism Carter, Berlind & Weill (name changed to CBWL-Hayden, Stone, Inc. 1970, to Hayden Stone, Inc. 1972, to Shearson Hayden Stone 1974, to Shearson Loeb Rhoades), New York City, 1960-1984, director, chairman executive committee, 1981-1983, president, 1983-1985, American Express Company, 1983—1985, chairman, Chief Executive Officer Fireman's Fund Insurance Company subsidiary, 1984-1985.

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer American Express Insurance Services., Inc., 1984—1985. Chairman, president, Chief Executive Officer Commercial Credit Company, Baltimore, 1986—1988. Chairman, Chief Executive Officer Primerica Corporation, New York City, 1988—1993, president, 1988—1992.

Chairman Primerica Holdings Inc. Chairman, Chief Executive Officer Travelers Group, 1986—1998. Chief Executive Officer Citigroup, Inc., 1998—2003, chairman, 1998—2006, chairman emeritus, since 2006.

Board directors Citigroup, Inc., 1986-2006, American Telephone & Telegraph Company Corporation, 1998-2002, I. Du Pont Nemours & Company, 1998-2001, United Technologies Corporation, 1999-2003, Federal Reserve Bank New York, 2001-2006. Vice chairman advisory council The Johnson Graduate School of Management. Founder Academy of Finance.


Member board overseers Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College and Graduate School Medical Sciences of Cornell University (formerly Cornell Medical College), since 1982, chairman, since 1996. Chairman board trustees Carnegie Hall, New York City, since 1991. Trustee New York Presbyterian Hospital.

Board overseers Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Board directors Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Board governor New York Hospital.

Member advisory council Cornell University Johnson Graduate School Management. Member United States Department Treasury Working Group on Child Care. Member New York Society Security Analysts Clubs: Cornell (New York City), Century Country (Purchase, New York ), Harmonie (New York City).

Chairman National Academy Foundation.


Married Joan Mosher, June 20, 1955. Children: Marc P., Jessica M. Bibliowicz.

Max Weill

Etta (Kalika) Weill

Joan Mosher

Marc P. Weill

Jessica M. Bibliowicz Weill