From the big leagues to the boardroom: 8 athletes in private equity
March 21, 2016
What’s a professional athlete to do when he or she retires before the age of 40 with the competitive juices still flowing, endless free time and, often, a very healthy balance sheet? For some, the answer is to pursue a second career in private equity or venture capital.
Click here to read about some of the biggest names to take the leap, including a two-time NFL MVP, a member of the 1992 Dream Team and one of the greatest goalies in NHL history.
And make sure to check back tomorrow for a breakdown of eight more stars from the world of sports who now work in VC.