Jason Grosfeld

As a businessman, financier, and entrepreneur, Jason Grosfeld has founded several successful companies. Jason Grosfeld attended Amherst College in Massachusetts, one of the premiere liberal arts colleges in the nation. After graduating with his Bachelors in English, he furthered his studies at Columbia University Business School in New York City, where he received his MBA. After college, Mr. Grosfeld worked as an analyst for BlackRock, the world's largest asset manager, headquartered in New York City. He subsequently spent three years at HPB Associates, a value-based hedge fund, also in New York City. At HPB, he focused on a wide range of investments. Jason Grosfeld later founded Softwax, a technology infrastructure company that played a strategic advisory role with peer-to-peer (P2P) research divisions of leading companies including Sun Microsystems and Intel. Mr. Grosfeld has a longstanding interest in technology start-ups, digital music and the P2P trend, and has invested in numerous new platforms and business models. P2P is one of the fastest growing technology platforms, utilizing computer networking and file sharing, including digital music rooms where peers share music and interact. Jason Grosfeld has seen numerous projects come to fruition under his leadership. These include notable properties in Hawaii, such as the Watermark and Trump International Hotel and Tower, Waikiki Beach Walk. Mr. Grosfeld synergizes investing, lending, development, and new technology in a blend of creative entrepreneurship.