Currently works with several start-ups that focus on new technologies. Mr. Hoberman graduated from Yale in 1989 and Harvard Law School in 1992. After graduation, he moved to Argentina where he worked with Domingo Cavallo’s economic team on a number of legal reforms related to growth and wealth distribution. He played an active role in the restructuring and privatisation of the Banco Hipotecario (National Mortgage Bank). Subsequently, he set up Recovery, which grew to be the largest manager of distressed assets in the region. Recovery later incorporated IFC and BTG as partners and was later sold to Itau. After exiting Recovery, Jeff set up two companies, one working on consumer credit and the other with receivable management, which were later both sold.