Frank G. Zarb serves as a Senior Advisor to Hellman & Friedman LLC and Promontory Financial Group, LLC. He served as Managing Director of Hellman & Freeman from 2002-2014. From 1997-2001, Frank served as CEO of the National Association of Securities Dealers and the NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc. From 1994-1997, Mr. Zarb was Chairman, CEO and President of Alexander & Alexander Services, Inc., a global organization providing risk management, insurance brokerage, and HR management consulting services. Prior to this Mr. Zarb was a Vice Chairman and Group Chief Executive of The Travelers, Inc. and Chairman and CEO of Smith Barney, which he joined in 1988. Previously, Mr. Zarb was a senior partner of Lazard Freres & Co. from 1978-1988. From 1974-1977, Mr. Zarb was the senior official for all U.S. government energy-related activities, serving as Executive Director of the Cabinet-level Energy Resources Council, Administrator of the Federal Energy Administration, and Assistant to the President for Energy Affairs. He has served in various assignments with the Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton administrations, as well as being appointed by the Governor of New York to several leadership and task force assignments for the State and City. He has previously served as director for 13 other public company boards. Mr. Zarb, who earned his B.S. and M.B.A. degrees in business from Hofstra University, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Law degree by the University and the school’s Outstanding Scholar Award, and is currently and adjunct Professor of Finance at Hofstra, which named its business school after Mr. Zarb. Areas of interest: The history of public policy coming out of national financial crises, new rules of corporate governance, the changing face of emerging markets.