Summary: the last member of a generation of prominent German Jewish bankers who escaped Nazi persecution, re-established their family business in the New World, and later helped to rebuild Dresden after the fall of the Iron Curtain, who was the patriarch of the Arnhold family, which ran an investment bank and brokerage firm and later an investment management company overseeing more than $100 billion in assets, who was also a philanthropist who funded scholarships at the New School, underwrote programs for PBS-TV, and gave tens of millions of dollars each year to helping refugees, the environment, and the arts.
Cause of Death: Heart attack
Born: September 15, 1921
Died: August 23, 2018
Location: New York City, New York