Peter A. Nadosy
Managing Partner, East End Advisors
Born in:
Hungary

Peter A. Nadosy fled to America with his parents after Soviet troops invaded Hungary to crush a popular uprising in 1956. Today, he is managing partner of East End Advisors, an investment advisory firm that he co-founded in 2008. Earlier, he spent 27 years at Morgan Stanley, rising to the rank of vice chairman in 1995. Before joining Morgan Stanley, Nadosy worked for over a decade at the Fiduciary Trust Company of New York. He serves on the Ford Foundation Board of Trustees, is board chair of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and also serves on the boards of the Charles A. Dana Foundation and Central European University. Nadosy has been appointed as a life trustee of Brooks School and Amherst College, from which he received an honorary degree in 2001. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Business School. Updated 2018