Neil S. Hirsch
Neil Hirsch is an American businessman. While in college, he founded a global information system that revolutionized the financial services industry.
Neil Hirsch was 21 years old when he founded Telerate, which provided securities prices for the international bond and currency markets. For more than 20 years, he helped Telerate become one of the most powerful brands in financial information and eventually sold the company to Dow Jones.
Hirsch is also the former chairman and CEO of Loanet, Inc, and served on the Dow Jones board of directors and management committee. Neil played high goal polo and became a resident of Wellington in 1995. In 1995, Hirsch started The Black watch Polo Team and played competitively with his team until 2009.