Eric M. Mindich is chief executive officer and founder of Eton Park. Prior to forming Eton Park in 2004, Mindich spent 15 years at Goldman Sachs in two main roles: leading the Equities Arbitrage business and managing the Equities Division. Mindich joined Goldman Sachs in 1988 in the Equities Arbitrage Department and led that team from 1992 until 2000. At age 27 he became the youngest partner in the history of Goldman Sachs. In 2000, Mindich became co-chief operating officer of the Equities Division and in 2002 became co-head of the Equities Division and a member of the Goldman Sachs Management Committee. In 2003, he joined the executive office as senior strategy officer and chair of the Firmwide Strategy Committee.
Mindich serves as trustee of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and chairman of its investment committee, president of the Lincoln Center Theater board of directors and as a trustee of The Mount Sinai Medical Center and The Horace Mann School.
He graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College in 1988 with a BA in economics and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.