Thomas Weisel of Thomas Weisel Partners LLC.Thomas Weisel has a long history of entrepreneurship and leadership in investment banking.

After graduating from Stanford University and Harvard Business School, his career started in 1967 in San Francisco at the beginning of the technology revolution in Silicon Valley.

Over the last several decades, he has founded two investment banks that took many prominent companies public in the Technology, Healthcare, Consumer and Financial Services industries.  Mr. Weisel received the lifetime achievement award from the National Venture Capital Association in 2006.

In addition to his own athletic accomplishments, Mr. Weisel led the re-organization- including restructuring, governance, and funding- of two US National Governing Bodies of Sports: skiing and cycling. Mr. Weisel was awarded the Olympic Foundation Steinbrenner Award in 2011 for his efforts on behalf of skiing and cycling. He continues to serve on the Board of Trustees for the US Ski and Snowboard Association and is the Chairman of the US Cycling Development Foundation.

Mr. Weisel currently serves on the Board of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.  Previously, he served on the boards of NASDAQ, Stanford Endowment Management Board, Harvard Business School Advisory Board and the New York Museum of Modern Art.

Mr. Weisel is currently Co-Chairman of Stifel Financial Company. He also runs his family office investments, enjoys spending time with his family, continues with his philanthropic pursuits and skis, surfs and cycles when he can.

Read more about Thom.


BJP-Online: “Inside the New San Francisco Museum of Modern Art”

BJP-Online: “Inside the New San Francisco Museum of Modern Art”

The British Journal of Photography’s feature on the new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art focuses primarily on its new photography inclusions. This gallery ties closely to other galleries in the museum which feature art specifically from California. These exhibits will include art pieces on loan to the museum from Thomas Weisel’s collection. The museum celebrates California-based artists and California-based donors and collectors with these new exhibits.

read more