Mr. Bernard Laterman
The Sarah and Sol Laterman Scholarship was created in memory of Bernard Laterman’s beloved parents. Bernard is a graduate of Stuyvesant High School, he earned his degree from CCNY in 1952 and served the next two years with the Army Audit Agency during the Korean War. After doing post-graduate work at New York University and working in public accounting, he launched his 45-year career on Wall Street, rising to prestigious positions which included executive vice president of Abraham & Co. and Arbitrage Division head, managing director and member of the Executive Committee of Lehman Brothers. In 1983 he founded an investment partnership, Laterman & Co., where he currently serves as managing partner. As a philanthropist committed to the needs of the wider community, Mr. Laterman has given of his time and resources to ensure that the educational, cultural and economic vitality of New York continues and is open to everyone. A trustee and former president of the Baruch College Fund, he is currently co-chairman of our Annual Fund Campaign Committee. He has also served as a trustee of the UJA/Federation of Jewish Philanthropies.
Scholarships associated with Mr. Bernard Laterman