Based out of Minnesota, Jeff Drobny is a principal of Black River Asset Management, the daughter company of Cargill, Incorporated, where he earlier served for 20 years. Jeff Drobny’s responsibilities included managing the firm’s financial division, particularly the trading of financial instruments throughout developed markets.
Founded in 1865, Cargill at that time ran a single grain-storage facility. The company expanded significantly over the subsequent 150 years. Since establishing its first location on the Western frontier, Cargill has spread to 67 countries and currently employs more than 143,000 workers. Still focused on feeding people, the company provides food, agricultural, and industrial products and solutions to corporations, farmers, and other groups across the world.