Marc I. Stern

The TCW Group, Inc.


Marc Stern is Chairman of The TCW Group, Inc., a Los Angeles-based asset management firm with approximately $200 billion of assets under management. Since 1990, Stern has held a number of senior management positions at TCW including CEO, President and Vice Chairman. He also held a variety of senior positions at Societe Generale Group, one of the largest financial institutions in Europe, which owned TCW from 2001 to 2013. Prior to joining TCW in 1990, Stern was President and a Director of SunAmerica and prior to that was a senior executive with the Henley Group and its predecessor companies. He began his career in 1970 as an attorney with the law firm of Debevoise & Plimp-ton. Stern is involved in numerous philanthropic activities, including serving as Chairman of the Los Angeles Opera and of the Mayor’s Fund of Los Angeles, and as a Board member of The Metropolitan Opera in New York City, the California Institute of Technology, the Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County, the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Bid Committee, PBS SoCal and the Alliance for Southern California Innovation. Mr. Stern was formerly a Director of Qualcomm Inc., Vice Chair of The Salk Institute and a Board member of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Stern is a minority owner of both the Milwaukee Brewers and the Milwaukee Bucks. He is also an executive producer of Woody Allen’s recent movie, Cafe Society. Stern holds a BA from Dickinson College, an MA from the Columbia University Graduate School of Public Law and Government, and a JD from the Columbia University School of Law.