Mark B. Rubin
- Senior Managing Director
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- F: +1 646 632 3893
- 750 Third Avenue
- 27th Floor
- New York, NY, 10017
- United States
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- B.S., Accounting, Pennsylvania State University
- Coursework in Organizational Development, Teacher’s College at Columbia University
- Certified Public Accountant, New York
- Family Firm Institute, Board Member 1999-2004, Vice President and Membership Chair Annual Conference Chair – 1996 (Chicago) and 2009 (New York)
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- Family Office Exchange
- Institute for Private Investors
- Corporate Governance
- Real Estate & Infrastructure
- Retail & Consumer Products
- Hospitality, Gaming & Leisure
Mark Rubin is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting and is based in New York. Mr. Rubin leads both the Family Enterprise Services practice and the Private Client Tax group in FTI Consulting’s Real Estate Solutions practice. He has more than 30 years of experience advising family offices, family businesses and family foundations in tax advising; transaction support, including sourcing and structuring of capital; and governance planning to individuals and multigenerational families, particularly those with meaningful real estate interests.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Rubin was a founding partner of The Metropolitan Group LLC, where he developed a model for working with families of wealth who own and manage substantial assets, including operating companies, real estate, investments and foundations. Prior to that, Mr. Rubin was a Senior Manager in the tax practice at Price Waterhouse & Co., where he guided Fortune 100, as well as significant family enterprises, in creating and implementing complex tax strategies.
Mr. Rubin has been broadly quoted, authored and interviewed for national, well-respected publications, including The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Much of his leading edge thinking is in his upcoming book, Beneath the Skyline, which focuses on the contributions that real estate families have made to social institutions globally and the impact those contributions have had on the families themselves. Mr. Rubin was a contributor to the “Model Tax Returns” section of Consolidated Tax Returns, by Fred W. Peel. He also has authored a number of articles and has been widely quoted in national publications.
Mr. Rubin is a speaker on topics related to family tax planning and governance and next generation leadership. He hosts a series of “Informal Conversations” held at the Harvard Club on topics relevant for private clients, and has presented at various industry conferences, including “An Evening of Family Philanthropy with Michael Steinhardt” at the Jewish Community Foundation of MetroWest, “Wealth, Family Values & Philanthropy” at the Institute for Institutional Research, “Tax and Real Estate Update - Future of Family Owned Real Estate” at the Institute of Private Investors Spring Forum and “Large Family Office Facilitation” at a FOX member event. Mr. Rubin also has taught several continuing education courses, including property transactions, and S corporation taxation.
Mr. Rubin holds a B.S. in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University. He is a Certified Public Accountant in New York. Mr. Rubin is a member of several organizations, including the American Institute of CPAs, Family Office Exchange and the Institute for Private Investors. He previously served as a Board member for the Family Firm Institute and for other private companies. Mr. Rubin has served as Chair of the Annual Conference of the Family Firm Institute, the Family Office Committee of the New York State Society of CPAs and the Friends of Island Academy, which serves the transition needs of youths upon release from Rikers Island.