12.17.2018 | Berdon Alerts
NEW YORK — Elizabeth Zabludoff, with more than 20 years of professional experience, has joined Berdon LLP as a principal in the Family Office Services Group. Elizabeth has worked with a significant number of wealthy individuals and families (including a number of Forbes 400 families) and has earned her reputation as a thought leader and trusted advisor in the high-net-worth marketplace. Her particular area of interest is transgenerational wealth creation and family entrepreneurship. She will leverage this experience to help spearhead the growth and expansion of Berdon’s family office services.
“Liz is an entrepreneurial executive whose vision ties in with our plans for growth in serving family offices,” says Mark Bosswick, CPA, J.D., LL.M, Co-Managing Partner. “Her in-depth knowledge and keen understanding of the unique needs of high net worth individuals adds a further layer of strength to the services we provide.”
Prior to joining Berdon, Elizabeth founded Zabludoff & Co., a consultancy firm serving the high-net-worth marketplace. Leveraging her legal and investment background, Elizabeth served as a chief of staff to several family offices, vetting and overseeing the families’ advisors. In addition, she consulted with several significant and well-established advisory firms, developing and implementing their family office platforms, both domestically and internationally.
Currently, Elizabeth sits on the advisory board of a significant 7th generation family office, acting as a liaison between the family and its outside interests and advisors. She also serves as Treasurer and Secretary of A Place to (Be)ad Me, a non-profit targeting “at-risk” children in the New York metropolitan area. Active in professional associations, she is a member of the Economics Club of New York, Family Firm Institute, Family Office Association, Gotham Triangle, and MetCircle.
Elizabeth earned her Juris Doctor degree from Fordham University School of Law and a holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Psychology from the University of Michigan.