Though retired since 2008, Bob Beuret continues to lend his extensive management experience to public and private companies he or his clients have invested in.
Over the course of his professional career, Bob Beuret has held various positions in several organizations, including Senior Advisor at Anasazi III, where he assisted in launching the multimillion dollar onshore and offshore fund by seeking investments, raising investor funds, and liquidating portfolio companies. Additionally, Bob Beuret has carried out key management roles at securities broker-dealer A.G. Edwards, Inc. and investment banking firm First Albany. He also served as Senior Vice President at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette, where he was responsible for all the firm's domestic and foreign offices.
During the 1970s, Bob Beuret served as Limited Partner and Regional Vice President of Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. and assisted the investment boutique in establishing many retail brokerage offices. In the past, Bob Beuret has headed different business ventures as well. Among them were Compex Inc., an electronic solutions provider that created the original insurance based tax shelter, and The Art Deco Hotels (ADH) in Miami Beach, Florida.
A member of the Cornell Alumni Association and Penn Alumni, Bob Beuret attended Cornell University and obtained his Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. During his free time, Bob Beuret enjoys music, theater, and traveling. He enjoys all sports, and particularly enjoys playing tennis.