Thomas Dunn is CEO and co-founder of New Holland Capital.
Dunn spent the early part of his career at Goldman Sachs Asset Management. He left in 1994 to lead fixed income asset management at Lazard Freres. After three years spent travelling with his family, Dunn returned to work to build the hedge program at ABP (an outgrowth of the Dutch civil servants pension fund). This endeavor eventually evolved into New Holland Capital.
Dunn holds two degrees from the University of Chicago: a BA in English literature and an MBA in finance. He serves on the Hedge Fund Standards Board, the Committee on Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, and the New Jersey Regional Board of KIPP (a network of public charter schools).