The name Jeremy Goldstein may not ring any bells for the majority of people who reside in the US. If you reside in the city of New York, there’s a good chance that you’ve probably heard of this particular name. Jeremy Goldstein of New York’s Jeremy Goldstein & Associates is very talented in finance acquisitions. He has basically built a wonderful life by doing so as this man has worked hand-to-hand with a number of affluent corporations. In just the past 10 years alone, Goldstein has been involved in some of the largest transactions in corporate America. Goldstein prides himself on doing great work, but he’s also very humble. He has been able to successfully navigate the field despite having a few setbacks from time to time.
Oracle, IBM, Bank of America, Phillips Corporation, the Dow Chemical Company, Verizon wireless, J.P. Morgan Chase, South African Breweries, AT&T Wireless Company, Texaco Corporation and Goldman Sachs are some of the companies that he has worked exclusively with throughout the years. Goldstein is an expert in advising. The guy has a M.A. from the University of Chicago, has a B.A. from Cornell University and has a J.D. from New York University. When it comes to accomplishments, this man has spared no expense. In addition to that, Jeremy Goldstein is on the Board of Directors for New York’s Fountain House. This particular nonprofit organization has become a gamechanger for people who suffer with mental disabilities. Fountain House has been going strong since the mid 1940s, and it was founded by Rockland State Hospital patients.
Transferring negative feeling into positive actions is something that Goldstein has partaking in throughout the years thanks to having many setbacks. If there was one type of advice that he could go back and give his younger self, this would be his actual advice. By turning negatives into positives, he has been able to build close relationships with many of his clients, and it has paid-off dearly. Jeremy Goldstein is simply winning at the game of life because he has changed the game by setting new trends.
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