|Education||BA, History, Finance|
|Alma mater||University of Pennsylvania|
|Organisation||Colbeck Capital Management|
Career[edit | edit source]
Jason Colodne graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1994. Since earning his degree, Colodne has built his career in investing and asset management.
Jason began his career in investment Banking at Bear Stearns. After Bear Stearns, he worked at UBS in their proprietary distress investing group. Following UBS, Colodne began working at Goldman Sachs, where he was Head of Distressed Research and Investing as well as the Head of Hybrid Learning. After Goldman Sachs, Colodne went on to become Managing Director of Strategic Finance at Morgan Stanley from 2004 to 2007.
Colodne founded Colbeck in 2009 with partner Jason Beckman. Working as the senior transaction partner out of the New York City office of Colbeck Capital, Colodne oversees investment execution activities.
Colodne remains active as a mentor and community leader outside of his professional duties. He serves as a member of the Young Professionals Organization in New York and is also a board member of the Centurion Foundation, which collaborates with New York law enforcement agencies.