Marc A. FeigenMarc advises the Chief Executives of some of the world’s largest and best known enterprises, counseling on all aspects of value creation. Marc’s clients have enjoyed extraordinary performance, almost all outperforming their peer groups.
Marc is an expert on the role of the high-performing CEO. His long-standing clients include the CEOs of Fortune 150 financial services, consumer, industrial, energy, healthcare, insurance, media, and food companies. Marc also counsels several leading hedge fund, private equity, and professional services CEOs. His pro bono work includes advising the leaders of Cambridge University in England and The Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Feigen Advisors has advised 10 percent of the CEOs in the Fortune 50. In both 2014 and 2015, Marc prepared nearly one-quarter of new Fortune 100 CEOs for the CEO role.
Marc founded and led a 200-person management consulting firm acquired by Booz & Company in 2009. He is also a co-founder of Prium, a CEO roundtable for Fortune 300 US-based CEOs, and the creator of the Bower Forum, McKinsey & Company’s roundtable for new CEOs.
Marc taught at the Wharton Spencer Stuart Director’s Institute from 1994-2002. In 2014, the result of three years of collaborative research with Dick Parsons into boardroom governance was published in the Harvard Business Review.
Marc is co-founder and Executive Vice-Chairman of Cambridge in America, an organization that has raised over $500 million for Cambridge. He is a past Chairman of the Gotham Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization in New York.
In 2013, Marc was named an Honorary Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge.
Marc has a BA with honors in History from the University of Pennsylvania, an MPhil in International Relations from Cambridge University, where he was a Thouron Fellow, and an MBA from Harvard. Previously, Marc was an Associate at McKinsey & Company, where he co-authored a best-selling business book on creating growth and performance. Marc has appeared on CBS, and has published articles in the Wall Street Journal, the Harvard Business Review, USA Today, and Directors and Boards. He lives in New York City with his wife and two daughters.