About Gregory Bedrosian, Greenwich Connecticut

Connecticut executive Gregory Bedrosian pursued his undergraduate degree at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Studying economics, he graduated summa cum laude and earned a bachelor of science. Subsequently, Gregory Bedrosian was admitted to Harvard University in Boston, where he earned his master of business administration. 

With a financial career spanning more than two decades, he honed his skills in investment banking and private equity investments at firms including Credit Suisse First Boston in London and Renaissance Capital & The Sputnik Group in Russia. A partner of the latter firm, Mr. Bedrosian oversaw $1 billion in private equity partnerships, which was allocated in markets such as the Ukraine and Commonwealth of Independent States. Following a decade oversees, Mr. Bedrosian cofounded the Redwood Capital Group and returned to the United States to manage his organization’s strategic initiatives domestically and abroad.

Gregory Bedrosian maintains a position on the alumni board of directors of the Harvard Business School. He also is a member of the Chatham House in London and Council of Foreign Relations in New York.