Steve Seigel is a former Healthcare Executive having served as CEO at one of the leading California based Medical Billing & Collections companies, Qualified Billing and Collections, LLC (QBC). The company currently employs over 250 professionals worldwide.
Prior to joining QBC, Seigel worked for Tiedemann Investment Group (TIG Advisors), a $2B NYC-based hedge fund. At TIG, he served as a member of the distressed opportunities fund for the Los Angeles area. He also represented the Diversified Industries Group at JP Morgan after launching his career on Wall Street as an investment banker in the Leveraged Finance and Financial Sponsors Group at Bear Stearns.
An active angel investor and philanthropist in the Los Angeles venture community, Seigel has served as an advisor, board member, and fundraiser to a number of companies both in LA and throughout California. Currently, he sits on the board of JVS, the largest employment nonprofit in the state and he holds various roles within the organization, such as chairing the endowment fund's investment committee. He is also a major donor to the Concern Foundation and Wilshire Boulevard Temple, as well as an active member of the Cedars Sinai Board of Governors.
Seigel graduated with bachelor's degree honors from UCLA, and later pursued graduate study at the London School of Economics. While completing his undergraduate studies, he represented Bruins Football as a standout scholar athlete—earning numerous honors, including the Jack R. Robinson Award for highest scholarship by a senior and the National Student Athlete representative seat for UCLA in both the Pac-10 and the NCAA. Dedicated to giving back to the Bruin family, he recently pledged a gift to the UCLA Athletic Department for the construction of the Wasserman Football Center, which breaks ground at the end of August.
Seigel resides in Beverly Hills with his wife Nicole, son Daniel, and their dog Kobe.
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