Warren Hellman, who was born on July 25th 1934, is a well-known private equity investor and a founding partner of Hellman and Friedman. It is a billion-dollar private equity formed in 1984 with co-founder Tully Friedman, who acts as its chairman and member of the Investment and Compensation Committee. He likewise cofounded Hellman, Ferri Investment Associates, which is recognized today as Matrix Partners. Currently, Matrix is one of the most successful venture capital businesses in the United States. Prior to investment banking ventures, Hellman was at Lehman Brothers, serving as the president, the Investment Banking Division head, as well as the chairman of Lehman Corporation.

F. Warren Hellman and Friedman LLC presents a brief bio of its co-founder, who is a University of California graduate and an MBA graduate from Harvard Business School.

California Manufacturers and Technology Associations provided an overview of Warren Hellman’s corporate affiliations.

Warren Hellman announced its new and sustainable model for community journalism in the Bay Area and San Francisco.

San Francisco Chronicle named Warren Hellman as the “HillBilly Millionaire” who is behind the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass music Festival.

Chairman and founding partner of Hellman and Friedman private equity Warren Hellman performed at the Bluegrass Roots two-day music festival.

Apart from being a private equity investor, Warren Hellman is as well a lover of music and funds a yearly music festival called Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.

As a personal endeavor, Warren Hellman established a group of investors as well as civic leaders to release a business model for the newspaper.

Video of Hellman and Friedman’s co-founder serenading Dr. Sandra Hernandez, the chief executive officer of the San Francisco Foundation on her 10th year as the organization’s CEO.

Warren Hellman is a commission member of California Commission for Jobs and Economic Growth.

Forbes interviewed Warren Hellman on the release of his “Bar Area News Project.”

Just this year, F. Warren Hellman, a private equity investor, was given the Distinguished Civic Leadership Award.