Mr. Baldwin is Chairman of Capital Management Group (CMG), an investment management and research firm. CMG provides trading, advisory, and investment banking services to countries and institutions. Since 2002, CMG participated in 75 capital market transactions with a valuation of over $68 billion for companies such as Google, General Electric, and the New York Stock Exchange. CMG built a global network via its economic conferences of academics and institutional investors.
He is a member of the CFA Institute, the Association for Investment Management Research, and the Chicago Stock Exchange—the second African-American member ever.
Prior to CMG, Mr. Baldwin was COO of a publicly traded registered investment advisory. He also worked for American Express and US Bancorp, the tenth-largest bank in the US. He has a masters in financial strategy from the University of Oxford, and also completed the Oxford Global Investment Risk Management Programme. Baldwin graduated with honors from Antioch University with a BA in management, then successfully completed Harvard Business School’s Private Equity and Venture Capital program and John F. Kennedy School program on investment decisions and behavioral finance.
Mr. Baldwin has been featured in the Economist, Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, and Investment Dealer’s Digest as one of the Top 40 Investment Bankers under 40. He was also among Black Enterprise’s Top 75 Blacks on Wall Street and America’s Most Powerful Players: The Hotlist of Top 40 under 40. He has been a participant and speaker at the Money Summit, Milken Global Institute, Fortune’s Global Forum, and Forbes CEO Forum. He has been featured on Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, CBS and NBC.