Tanya S. Beder
Tanya Beder was elected to the Nabors Board of Directors in 2017. She currently serves as Chairman of the Compensation Committee and as a member of the Audit and Technology and Safety Committees of the Board.
She currently serves as the Chairman and CEO of SBCC Group, Inc. (“SBCC”), which she founded in January 1987. SBCC is an independent advisory firm whose projects include assisting corporate management, institutional investors, large financial firms and other clients in solving complex financial problems under crisis and providing strategic advice to seize opportunities. Beder has served since 2011 on the board of the American Century mutual fund complex in Mountain View, California, where she chairs the Technology & Risk Committee and is a member of the Portfolio Committee. She has served since 2019 as a member of the Kirby Corporation Board of Directors where she serves on the Audit and Governance Committees. Previously, Beder was the Chief Executive Officer of Tribeca Global Management LLC, a $2.6 billion dollar fund with operations in Singapore, London, and New York; Managing Director of Caxton Associates LLC, a $10 billion asset management firm; and President of Capital Market Risk Advisors, Inc. Beder also spent time in various positions with The First Boston Corporation (now Credit Suisse) where she was a part of the first team of derivatives traders and structurers for currency and interest rate swaps, caps, collars, floors, futures, and options, and was on the mergers and acquisitions team in New York and London. In January 2013, she was appointed to the President’s Circle of the National Academies after serving six years at the National Academy of Sciences on the Board of Mathematics and their Applications. Beder is a Board Member Emeritus of the International Association of Quantitative Finance, where she previously served as Chairman. She is an appointed Fellow of the International Center for Finance at Yale University and taught courses on finance and fintech at Stanford University. Beder holds a B.A. in mathematics and philosophy from Yale University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Beder’s extensive asset management experience, vast knowledge of operational and risk management, and experience serving on public and private boards of directors are key factors that were considered in her nomination to the Board.