Ben Tisch is responsible for overseeing the performance of Loews’s subsidiaries, and works closely with Loews’s Chief Investment Officer Richard Scott to manage the portfolios for Loews and its publicly traded P&C insurance subsidiary, CNA Financial. As a member of the leadership team, Ben helps formulate the company’s view on intrinsic value, develops and implements capital allocation strategies and monitors market conditions.
Ben joined Loews in 2011 as a member of the company’s investment department. He was promoted to Vice President in 2014 and tasked with helping lead Loews’s corporate development function, while also focusing on strategic planning and investments.
He is a member of the Board of Directors of CNA (NYSE: CNA) and sits on the boards of Altium Packaging and Boardwalk Pipelines, two of Loews’s privately held subsidiaries.
Prior to joining Loews, Ben was a Managing Director at Fortress Investment Group. At Fortress, Ben was responsible for managing a variety of asset classes for the Global Macro Fund, including international fixed income, international equities, and U.S./European credit instruments.
Ben is an honors graduate of Brown University where he studied Public and Private Sector Organizations and Political Science. He currently resides in New York City and serves as a Co-President of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty and as a Board Member of UJA-Federation of New York.
Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy