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Oliver Weisberg

Oliver Weisberg

Oliver Weisberg is an alternate governor of the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA), the chief executive officer of J Tsai Sports, and the chief executive officer of Joe Tsai’s family office, a multi-strategy investment firm based in Hong Kong.

Weisberg graduated from Harvard College and spent considerable time living and doing business in Mainland China. He is a fluent Chinese speaker.

Weisberg started on Wall Street in New York and built his career in private equity, special situations, and hedge fund investing in Asia. He was part of Goldman Sachs’ (GS) Asian Special Situations and Principal Investment Area (PIA) divisions, where he represented the firm’s investment in Alibaba and sat on the Alibaba board on behalf of GS. In 2006, Weisberg joined Citadel and was a partner in Hong Kong when he left to join Tsai’s family office in 2016.

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Alternate Governor, Brooklyn Nets

Oliver Weisberg is an alternate governor of the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA), the chief executive officer of J Tsai Sports, and the chief executive officer of Joe Tsai’s family office, a multi-strategy investment firm based in Hong Kong.

Weisberg graduated from Harvard College and spent considerable time living and doing business in Mainland China. He is a fluent Chinese speaker.

Weisberg started on Wall Street in New York and built his career in private equity, special situations, and hedge fund investing in Asia. He was part of Goldman Sachs’ (GS) Asian Special Situations and Principal Investment Area (PIA) divisions, where he represented the firm’s investment in Alibaba and sat on the Alibaba board on behalf of GS. In 2006, Weisberg joined Citadel and was a partner in Hong Kong when he left to join Tsai’s family office in 2016.

In addition to managing Tsai’s family office, Weisberg manages the firm’s investments in the Brooklyn Nets, New York Liberty, San Diego Seals, Premier Lacrosse League, and Los Angeles FC. Weisberg played competitive tennis in high school and was a member of the Harvard squash team.

Weisberg serves as the vice chairman of Teach for China and is a member of the Advisory Board of the Harvard University Shanghai Center and the Harvard China Fund. He also serves on the Lincoln Center China Advisory Council and is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and the Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin.