Robert Wedeking

Geller Family Office

Robert Wedeking, chief investment officer at Geller Family Office Services, sets the strategic direction that guides all investment planning and management decisions for clients. He is responsible for all investment matters including asset allocation, risk management and the selection and monitoring of investment managers. He chairs the firm’s investment committee as well as the investment advisory committee.

He brings extensive experience investing in a wide variety of hedge fund, private equity and traditional investment vehicles, and has deep expertise in the areas of asset allocation, portfolio structuring, manager due diligence and risk management.

Prior to joining Geller & Company, he worked at Caxton Associates LP for more than 21 years serving as director for alternative investments and as portfolio manager for a $1.1 billion, multi-strategy fund-of-funds. He was also responsible for sourcing and evaluating a broad spectrum of investment opportunities and creating customized portfolios across all asset classes.

Wedeking received a BA in accounting and finance from Hartwick College and is a CFA® Charterholder. He is a member of the Economic Club of New York and the New York Society of Security Analysts. He is an active member of the investment committee at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. and serves on the investment committee of the Princeton Healthcare System in Princeton, NJ.

Michael Weinberg, Protege Partners

Protege Partners


Heath Weisberg, CAM Capital

CAM Capital

HNW Headshot 3Heath Weisberg is General Counsel of CAM Capital, a private investment firm established by Bruce Kovner following his retirement from Caxton Associates.  Mr. Weisberg is responsible for all of the firm’s legal, regulatory, and compliance matters. Prior to joining CAM Capital, he was General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Jacobs Levy Equity Management, a quantitative investment management firm focused on U.S. equities, and Assistant General Counsel of D.B. Zwirn & Co., a multistrategy hedge fund firm. He began his career as an attorney in Simpson Thacher & Bartlett’s private fund and mergers and acquisitions practices.

Mr. Weisberg also serves on the board of directors of the Private Investor Coalition, the leading education and advocacy organization for issues affecting private investors, including single family offices.

Mr. Weisberg earned his J.D. from New York University School of Law and his B.A., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania. He is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.



Marc Weiss, Open Field Capital

Open Field Capital

Marc Weiss

Marc is the Co-founder & Chief Investment Officer of Open Field Capital, an SEC registered investment advisor managing over $100 million in emerging technology assets with 14+ year track records managing both public and private emerging technology companies.  Marc co-founded Open Field in 2005 to invest exclusively in emerging technology companies, capitalizing on the partners’ deep experience and networks, with the objective of maximizing capital growth for their investors.

Prior to Open Field, Marc was the Director of Research at Amerindo Investment Advisors, Inc., a multi-billion dollar institutional advisor managing public and private emerging technology companies. Prior to Amerindo, Marc worked as an engineer at IBM Corporation.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a Master of Engineering degree from Cornell University, and an MBA from Columbia University.

Amir Weitmann, Champel Capital

Champel Capital

Amir Weitmann

Co-Founder, General Partner

Amir Weitmann, an experienced licensed investment advisor and asset manager, has been involved in asset management since 2004. Amir brings with him a strong banking and finance background with a disciplined approach to investments. Between 2010 and 2017, he worked for Bank Hapoalim, the largest Israeli Bank, as a Senior Investment Advisor. In 2017, he created Champel Capital with Arié in order to invest in Israeli technology companies.

Amir holds a BA and an MA in International Relations from the Geneva Graduate Institute of International Studies, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

He lives in Jerusalem with his family.