Hilton Nathanson (Dorot Carmel, 1987) is an entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist. He is a regular speaker and lecturer in schools and business schools, helping mentor individuals in their personal career development.  

At 2.00pm on Friday 18 June, Mr Nathanson will Zoom into Carmel School and present on the topic: 

Now what?  Where do I want to go from here and how do I get there?

Hilton will cover topics such as discovering your passion and finding your ultimate career pathway. There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation. Attendance is strictly invitation only and this event is open to current Carmel Students and Alumni. Alumni can register via email.

Originally from Perth, Hilton arrived in London in 1992 and spent his first years working in financial markets before embarking on a career as a hedge fund manager.  He subsequently founded Marble Bar Asset Management where he has been Chairman since 2013. 

Throughout his career, Hilton has taken an active interest in the psychology of decision-making, leading him to undertake an Executive Masters in Consulting and Coaching for Change from Insead Business School in 2015. His research cemented his belief that unintentional behaviours can affect the ability of individuals to be successful in pursuit of their goals.  He has been interested in the philosophy and analysis of success for more than a decade, and has studied and lectured on issues including self-awareness, good judgment and decision-making.  In 2020 his production company, Rattle&Hum Films, released a feature in partnership with Screen Australia called Chasing Wonders at the Adelaide Film Festival which explores how sets of unjustified beliefs can limit our ability to make authentic decisions and reach our full potential.  

Hilton founded the Rosemarie Nathanson Charitable Trust in 2004, which supports a range of organisations that advance the welfare and education of young people and help them gain life skills through non-formal education and training.  He lives in London with his wife and children and is an avid cricket fan, a keen sailor and a ferocious reader.