Principal Investor

As an investor and owner, I’m impressed by the thoroughness and professionalism exhibited by Global Wealth Managements’ principals, and in particular their depth of knowledge in diverse disciplines in Financial Planning and Investment Management.

Martin Tuchman

Martin Tuchman is Chairman and Chief Executive of The Tuchman Group, a firm with holdings in real estate, banking and international shipping. Earlier, while at the Railway Express Agency, together with a group of shipping engineers at the American National Standards Institute, he created the standards for intermodal shipping containers and chassis still in use today.

Subsequently, he co-founded Interpool, one of the nation’s leading container leasing companies, and later formed Trac Lease, the largest chassis leasing company in the U.S. Together with his partner, they sold both of these companies in 2007 for $1 billion.

Mr. Tuchman serves on the Board of Directors of Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure, LLC, a NYSE listed company and previously served on the Board of Directors of Horizon Lines, Inc., and SeaCube Container Leasing Ltd. In banking, he serves on the Board of Directors of The Bank of Princeton, a community bank with 13 branches and $1.2 billion in assets, and previously served on the Board of Yardville National Bank and as Chairman of the Board of First Choice Bank in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.

Active in Parkinson’s disease philanthropy and as Chairman of The Tuchman Foundation, he works closely with Parkinson’s organizations to secure National Institutes of Health research grant approvals. He is also on the boards of the American Cancer Society of Mercer County and the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.

Among his numerous honors, Mr. Tuchman was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young, and he and Interpool earned a Grand Prize in Cisco’s Growing with Technology Awards Program. Mr. Tuchman received the Hero medal at The Smithsonian Institute, and Interpool’s material is now part of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

NJIT’s School of Management, which shapes students to become technology leaders and managers, was named in honor of its distinguished alumnus: The Martin Tuchman School of Management.

Mr. Tuchman earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology and his MBA from Seton Hall University. A recipient of NJIT’s Alumni of the Year Award, he has been a member of the school’s Board of Trustees and is currently on its Board of Overseers.

Disclaimer: Martin Tuchman is a major investor in Global Wealth Management LLC. He is an advisor to the Investment Committee on business, as well as on industry matters relating to international shipping, banking and real estate. Mr. Tuchman does not opine on the stock market nor specific asset allocations.