Martin Geller is the Founder and Chairman of Geller & Company, which provides individuals, families, business owners, institutions and non-profits with strategic financial advisory and wealth management services.
Since Geller & Company’s founding in 1984, Martin has led its exceptional team to serve a wide range of distinguished clients with a comprehensive array of business and financial services, including strategic and operational CFO consulting, financial reporting and accounting, tax advisory, investment management, information technology and integrated wealth management. Geller & Company prides itself on helping clients decide on their goals and objectives and ensure they are implemented.
Martin is a board member of Bloomberg L.P. and Bloomberg Industry Group and is active in the greater New York business community. He is a partner of the Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment company whose assets include the Washington Commanders, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center. Martin also served as an executive producer for the 2001 film, Focus.
Martin serves on multiple non-profit boards including: the American Israel Education Foundation (which supported the Geller Student Government Association Presidents Program), the Birthright Israel Foundation Board (as of January 2024), the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund, the Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music Advisory Board, the Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball High School, the Northeast Regional Council of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Northeast Regional Council for the National Parks Conservation Association, and the Northeast Regional Leadership Cabinet of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Martin is a member of the Americas Foundation of the Serpentine Galleries and a former member of the advisory board of the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City in 2003-2013.