Arthur I Segel

Poorvu Family Professor of Management Practice

Arthur Segel is a professor in the Finance and Entrepreneurial Management units teaching graduates and undergraduates about real estate and issues of urbanization. In 1982 Segel was a cofounder/owner of TA Associates Realty prior to which he was Vice President at Boston Properties and Deputy for Finance at Massport under Governor Dukakis. In 2005 he co-founded a nonprofit, The Tobin Project, in recent years awarded the MacArthur Genius Award for an Organization for its work on inequality. In 2005 he cofounded The Xander Funds, headquartered in Singapore, primarily focused in private equity real estate in India. In 1998, he cofounded a nonprofit, the 21st Century Fund. Segel is a trustee of the Urban Institute, the  Boston Symphony Orchestra and of Yad Hanadiv, a Rothschild family foundation, and serves on the advisory committees of High Vista and the SRB Corporation. Segel was awarded one of the most 30 influential players in real estate in the world by Private Equity Real Estate; Segel is a member of the  American Academy of Arts and Sciences; and is a graduate of Harvard College and the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
  1. Distress Investing

    by Arthur I Segel

    Because of the economic crisis this past few years, I am interested in more work on debt restructuring and reorganization of real estate projects/companies.