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Antony Chanan Gordon
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ANTONY GORDON was born and raised in South Africa, attending college at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. After graduating with a B.A. (Cum Laude) and LL.B (Cum Laude), Mr. Gordon was awarded the Sir Abe Bailey Scholarship (part of the Rhodes Trust), to the United Kingdom. On returning to South Africa, Mr. Gordon became one of the youngest Advocates to be admitted before the Supreme Court and was awarded the Fulbright Scholarship for outstanding academic excellence and all-round ability to the Harvard Law School.

While completing his Masters in Law (LL.M) at Harvard, Mr. Gordon also audited classes at the Harvard Business School as well as chaired the Harvard International Rock for Education (H.I.R.E) Committee. After graduating from the Harvard Law School, Mr. Gordon practiced Entertainment/Intellectual Property Law at Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro in LA. Thereafter, Mr. Gordon accepted an “in-house” position with one of the clients of the firm in order to negotiate the establishment of a major music studio in South Africa.

On the successfully launch of the aforementioned venture in South Africa, Mr. Gordon parlayed his skills and relationships into the high-end of the financial service industry. After several years at UBS’s Private Client Group, Mr. Gordon joined the flagship office of Morgan Stanley on the West Coast. As one of the youngest Senior Vice Presidents of Morgan Stanley, he spearheaded a team which represented ultra high net worth individuals with respect to a full range of financial advice but with an emphasis on alternative investment strategies; asset protection and private family foundations, often collaborating with other top tier professionals.

In 2001, Mr. Gordon left Morgan Stanley to launch the precursor to Stealth Capital Management, LLC (“Stealth Capital”) an open-architecture, multi-family office boutique private wealth advisory firm. Since leaving Morgan Stanley, Mr. Gordon has also participated in the launch of two hedge funds, East Avenue Capital Partners, L.P., spearheaded by Goldman Sachs veteran, Peter Gerhard as well as CREO Select Opportunities Fund, L.P with long-time friend and fellow South African, Greg Bortz.
In addition to serving on a number of non-profit organization Boards, Mr. Gordon is the Chairman of the Nominating Committee of the prestigious Raoul Wallenberg Award.