Tansky Joins Marvin Traub Associates

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NEW YORK-Marvin Traub Associates announced that Burton Tansky, the former CEO of the Neiman Marcus Group, will become senior advisor to the firm.

 

Tansky's background as a department store and luxury industry executive "is uniquely complementary to MTA's broad base of expertise and further strengthens MTA's ability to deliver quality tactical and strategic advice to clients around the world," the company said in a press release. "Working in partnership with Marvin Traub, CEO, and Mortimer Singer, president, Tansky will be advising a targeted number of global companies on their strategy and business development needs."

 

Marvin Traub Associates was established in March 1992 by Marvin Traub, the former Chairman and CEO of Bloomingdales. Today, the company has 25 clients in 11 countries.

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