• LL.B, Harvard University (1956)
  • M.A., Harvard University (1956)
  • B.S., City College of New York (1952)


  • New York, (1956)


  • Member, Board of Directors, Schroders, Ltd.
  • Member, Board of Directors, The Colorado Milling & Elevator Company
  • Member, Board of Directors, Great Western United Corporation
  • >Member, Board of Directors, Regency Cruises
  • Member, Board of Directors, Commodore Cruises
  • Member, US/USSR Joint Study Group under auspices of United Nations Association
  • Trustee, American Association for the United Nations
  • Trustee, Riverdale Country Day School


  • Chairman, PLI Course Handbook "Legal Aspects of Doing Business with Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States".

Mark J. Maged, Mediators + More

Mark J. Maged

Co-Founder, Mediators + More

MARK J. MAGED has enjoyed a distinguished career in business, law and non-profit service. As CEO of a prominent international merchant bank, Chairman of leading-edge companies in information technology and e-commerce and, previously, as a prominent corporate lawyer for more than 13 years, he has had extensive experience applying creative problem solving techniques to commercial issues. Most recently, Maged served as chairman of Edgar Online, Inc., a leader in the electronic filing, collection and distribution of corporate financial data. He resigned as chairman in 2011 but remained as lead director until Edgar's sale in 2012.

Earlier in his career, following thirteen years practicing corporate law, with clients in such diverse industries as investment banking (Allen & Company), pharmaceuticals (Syntex) steel manufacturing (Colorado Fuel & Iron Corporation), shipbuilding and scrap metal (Ogden Corporation) and sugar manufacturing and flour milling (Great Western Sugar Company), Maged was CEO of Schroders, Inc. the US arm of the international merchant bank Schroders PLC, where he was responsible for its commercial banking, investment banking and investment management operations. He also served as one of three members of the International Advisory Board of Bayerische Vereinsbank, at the time the second largest commercial bank in Germany and, through a private company, spearheaded business projects in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, advising multinational companies, such as Mobil Oil and Louisiana Land & Exploration, on energy investment projects in Russia.

Maged has always devoted a significant portion of his time to non-profit activities and has served multi-year terms as Chairman of the Undergraduate and Graduate Schools of Business of New York University, the Russian Research Center of Harvard University and the American Women's Economic Development Corporation. He currently serves as advisor to the President of City College of New York, focusing on strategies for the development of ongoing internship and employment programs for students of the college.