Mr. Lutnick is a graduate of Haverford College and holds a degree in economics. He joined Cantor Fitzgerald in 1983 and was appointed President and CEO in 1991. Five years later he was named Chairman. He rebuilt the firm following the tragic losses suffered on September 11, 2001, and since then has fostered corporate philanthropy across BGC Partners and Cantor Fitzgerald through their annual Charity Day. Both firms, in conjunction with the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund, donate 100% of their revenues from Charity Day to approximately 150 charities around the world and to date have raised over $100 million on Charity Day.
Mr. Lutnick is a member of the boards of Haverford College, Intrepid Museum Foundation, National September 11 Memorial & Museum, the Zachary and Elizabeth M. Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at Rockefeller University, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum Foundation, and The Partnership for New York City. Mr. Lutnick received the Department of the Navy’s Distinguished Public Service Award, the highest honor granted to non-military personnel by the Navy. Mr. Lutnick and his wife Allison are proud parents of four children.
More details about his role at Cantor Fitzgerald can be read here.