| Edgar Bronfman, Sr.'s son|
| June 15, 1959 (age 56) (1959-06-15) New York City, United States|
Williams College, Harvard Business School
Fiona Wood (divorced; 3 children)
Lisa Belzberg (divorced; 3 children)
Stacey Kaye (m. 2005)
Samuel Bronfman (grandfather)
Edgar Bronfman, Sr., Ann Loeb Bronfman
Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Samuel Bronfman, Adam Bronfman, Holly Bronfman
Samuel Bronfman, Saidye Rosner Bronfman, John Langeloth Loeb, Frances Lehman Loeb
Edgar Bronfman - Sr, Samuel Bronfman, Edgar Bronfman - Jr, Charles Bronfman, Sara Bronfman
Matthew Bronfman Wikipedia
Matthew Bronfman (born July, 16 1959) is an American businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist. A member of the Bronfman family, he is the son of prominent businessman and philanthropist Edgar Bronfman, Sr.
Bronfman is one of five children of Ann (Loeb) and Edgar Miles Bronfman. His mother was the daughter of John Langeloth Loeb Sr. (a Wall Street investment banker whose company was a predecessor of Shearson Lehman/American Express) and Frances Lehman (a member of the Lehman family that founded the Lehman Brothers banking firm). They divorced in 1973.
Bronfman graduated from Williams College in 1981. After working at Goldman Sachs he attended Harvard Business School where he graduated in 1985. Bronfman began his career at Goldman Sachs and the Cadillac Fairview Corporation.
As one of the largest American Jewish investors in the Israeli economy, Bronfman is also the main shareholder in IKEA Israel, Israel Discount Bank and the Shufersal supermarket chain. He is also the chairman and CEO of BHB holdings, a family holding company. Previously, He was a managing director at ACI Holdings, a private equity firm based in New York.
He is a former director of Jenny Craig, BizBash Media Inc., Palace Candles, Inc., EARNEST Partners, LLC, Tweeter Home Entertainment Group Inc., and James River Group, Inc.
Bronfman is the chairman of the international steering committee of Limmud FSU, a program focused on strengthening the Jewish identities of Russian-speaking Jews, and the chairman of the American Jewish Committee’s ACCESS, which trains Jewish professionals to shape public opinion and policy around the world. He is also the managing principal of the Treetops Foundation, a charity focused on Jewish philanthropy and is on the boards of 92nd Street Y and the Canadian Centre for Architecture.
Bronfman has been married four times. His first wife was Fiona Woods; they divorced in June 1997. They had three children: Gabriela Talia Bronfman, Eli Miles Bronfman, and Jeremy Samuel Bronfman. In December 1997, he married Lisa Belzberg, daughter of Canadian businessman Samuel Belzberg, with whom he has three children, Sasha, Tess and Ezekiel. In 2005, he married Stacey Kaye which whom he had one child, Coby Bronfman; they divorced in 2016. In April 2017, he remarried to Melanie Lavie. He currently resides in Manhattan and has seven children. His son, Jeremy, is an advisor to the technology company Enigma Technologies.