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Roger E. Bendelac graduated from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, located in France. Roger E. Bendelac next earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a dual major in Finance and International Business from Columbia Business School in New York City. Roger E. Bendelac launched his business career in New York City at Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. He rose to become Senior Vice President in the Private Client Division, where he managed global accounts in the private and institutional areas.

Roger E. Bendelac departed from Oppenheimer & Co. after five years to continue his career as Senior Vice President at Shearson Lehman Brothers, Inc. He later served E. F. Hutton & Co. as Senior Vice President, focusing on international securities and commodities investments in Latin America and Europe. Other job opportunities soon arose for Roger E. Bendelac, including a position as Investment Executive for Westminster Securities Corporation, a member of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Westminster Securities Corporation was later acquired by Hudson Securities, Inc. Roger E. Bendelac also co-founded and became a Principal in REB Futures, Inc., a commodity pool operator (CPO) registered by the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).

In 1997, Roger E. Bendelac was enlisted by Laidlaw Global Securities, Inc. to be its Managing Director. This position led to his appointments as President, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at the organization’s larger firm, Laidlaw Global Corporation. Roger E. Bendelac left Laidlaw to form Roger Bendelac Advisors, LLC, where he functions as Managing Member. Since 2006, he has worked as Executive Director for Geo Genesis Group, Ltd., and CEO of Geo Global Capital Corporation. Most recently, he was hired as a Director of OpenCap Brazil, Inc.

Work experience

Jan 2006Present

Executive Director

Geo Global Capital Corporation

Roger E Bendelac


Aug 1978May 1980


Columbia University - Columbia Business School
Oct 1974Jun 1978


Institut d'Etudes politiques de Paris