Chairman / Investment Committee Chair,
Signature Bank / Elah Fund
Scott is co-founder of the Elah Fund and the Chairman of its Investment Committee. He is a co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Signature Bank (Nasdaq: SBNY), a full-service commercial bank that has grown to $50 billion in exclusively from organic growth. Signature is consistently ranked in the top 5 best banks in America by Forbes magazine.
He has been a Partner at Ranieri Partners and its predecessor entities since 1988. He was a lead negotiator in privatization of Bank Hapoalim and former board member. He was also a Founding Director of Super Derivatives, which was sold to ICE and was the largest foreign acquisition of Israeli financial technology company. Scott received a BA from Northwestern University (Phi Beta Kappa) and an MBA (Distinction) from Kellogg School at Northwestern.