Marc J. Leder was born in Long Island, New York in 1962. He graduated from John L. Miller- Great Neck North High School and the Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics.
As a Wharton School graduate, Marc J. Leder began his career as an analyst at Lehman Brothers in New York. He went on to become a Senior Vice President of the company before co-founding Sun Capital Partners, Inc. with his colleague Rodger Krouse.
Sun Capital Partners, Inc.
With more than two decades of active engagement in private equity, Marc J. Leder is an expert in investments, and business operations. In 1995, he became the co-founder and co-chief executive officer of Sun Capital Partners, Inc. The global private equity firm identifies untapped potential in companies and leverages its deep operational and financial resources, to transform results for investors.
Sun Capital is a trusted partner for investors and management teams, recognized for its experience, including particular expertise in consumer products and services, food and beverage, industrial, packaging, chemical, building products, automotive, restaurant and retail sectors. Since 1995, Sun Capital has invested in more than 330 companies worldwide across a broad range of industries and transaction structures.
Marc J. Leder is a member of the boards of directors of the Berggruen Museum in Berlin and the Federal Enforcement Homeland Security Foundation.
Mr. Leder has supported more than 275 charities through the Sun Capital Partners Foundation. These include Boca Helping Hands in South Florida, a non-profit organization working against poverty and hunger, and Junior Achievement of South Florida, which empowers young people to own their economic success.
Past activities supported by the Foundation include hosting a half marathon and fundraiser for the Boca Raton Police Athletic League and Boca Raton Firefighters.