Tom Steyer Net Worth

Tom Steyer Net Worth is
$1.6 Billion

Tom Steyer Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Steyer is the creator and former Co-Senior Managing Associate of Farallon Capital Management, LLC as well as the cofounder of the One California Bank, an Oakland-based community development bank. Steyer is in charge of financing the development of the TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy at Stanford University, section of the Precourt Institute of Energy. Farallon Capital Management, LLC, manages $20 billion in capital for institutions and high net worth people. The company’s institutional investors are mostly faculty endowments and foundations.

In 2010, Steyer and Kathryn Ann Taylor, his wife, as well as Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, signed the Giving Pledge to give half their fortune to charity. Steyer is to the board of Next Generation, a nonprofit that means to handle children’s problems as well as the surroundings.

The bank functions as a regulated financial institution, insured and for profit just as with other banks, but provides commercial banking services to undeserved Bay Area companies, nonprofits and people. Steyer and Taylor put up $22.5 million to begin the bank and create the One Pacific Coast Foundation to participate in non-profit and educational tasks, supply financing support, investments and other services for deprived communities and community service organizations in California. Steyer and Taylor preserve mission focus and control of the bank, but take no economic gain or repayment from their investment as they contributed 100% of their economical interest in One Pacific Coast Bank to One Pacific Coast Foundation. In August 2010, the University of San Francisco granted One California Bank and Foundation the 2010 University of San Francisco California Prize for Service as well as the Common Good

Tom Steyer Net Worth $1.3 Billion Dollars

Full NameTom Steyer
Net Worth$1.6 Billion
Date Of BirthJune 27, 1957
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York U.S.
ProfessionBusinessman, Hedge fund manager, Environment developer, NextGen Climate's founder
EducationBuckley School, Philips Exeter Academy, Yale University, Stanford Business School
SpouseKathryn Ann Taylor (m. 1986)
ParentsMarnie and Roy Henry Steyer
SiblingsJim Steyer
AwardsEquality California's 2015 Humanitarian Award, Public Service Award of Consumer Watchdog (2011), Environmental Leadership Award (2012), Environmental Achievement Award of the Environmental Law Institute (2013), Land Conservation Award of the Open Space Institute (2015)


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  1. Wouldn’t it be nice if these billionaires would commit some of their money to producing jobs in this country instead of giving massive amounts to their own special interest foundations, bypassing taxes (left for us working Joes’ to annie-up) , ultimately ending up with a bunch of massaged “scientific data” and then thinking this enables them to tell us working Joes how we MUST live our lives. Hey, Just re-building some bridges on our interstate highway system would be a high visibility feather in their cap for these people– lots of jobs and better commuting, but NO, they have their own pet agendas for you and you better fall in line or else.


    Go President Trump, Make America Great Again with more jobs instead of more red-tape..

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