Craig Farnham Colberg of Rivanna Capital, LLC
May 2003 – Richmond Society of Financial Analysts offers a panel discussion, “Hedge Funds,” at 4:30 p.m., The Downtown Club, Riverfront Plaza, West Tower, 20th floor. Participants: Tom Hill with New Generation, Craig Colberg with Rivanna Capital, John Davenport with Priority Capital and Chip Whitman with Shockoe Capital.
Craig Colberg started swimming at the age of 7 and showed championship ways soon afterward. In high school, where he was captain of the swim team, Colberg was at 16 ranked #1 in the U.S. in the 15 to 17-year age group in the 55-yard free style. At his undergraduate alma mater, Dartmouth college, he was swim team captain, an All-American, and recipient of Dartmouth’s Glover Award for outstanding contributions to the team.
July 1984 – With the dollar spurting to record highs against most of the world’s major currencies, Americans overseas are enjoying a salary windfall: In many Western countries, housing, food and travel are, at the moment, substantially cheaper than at home. But the dollar can trade both ways. “It’s great living at $1.32″ to the pound, said Craig Colberg , an institutional stockbroker for Goldman Sachs International who has lived in London for five years, “but I was here at $2.46 and it was no fun then. Housing then was astronomical compared to New York.”