Barry Klarberg is an American sports owner, executive and business leader. Upon earning his BBA and MS in Taxation from Pace University, Klarberg began a career that saw him oversee the national sports and entertainment business for the service firm Deloitte.
After years of service and launching his own professional wealth service management firm, Klarberg founded Monarch Business and Wealth Management. The full-service firm specializes in managing high-net-worth figures, including several well-known athletes from various sports. Notable accolades Klarberg has earned include joining Sports Business Journal‘s “Forty Under 40” list of influential sports executives under 40 years old, authoring the book Winning Tax Strategies and Planning for Athletes and Entertainers as well as being selected as a member of the 2014 Super Bowl Host Committee held at MetLife Stadium.
In 2011, Klarberg furthered his influence in the sporting world, becoming a Limited Partner of the New York Yankees. Then in 2013, Klarberg became an owner of Major League Soccer’s new franchise, New York City FC.
In addition to his professional success, Klarberg is an avid philanthropist. His endeavors include the National Meningitis Association, the USO and Homeland Security’s Federal Enforcement Foundation. For all his dedicated work with the USO, Klarberg was selected to the organization’s executive committee, which is key in bringing athletes and entertainers overseas to visit American service people.
Additionally in 2012, Klarberg’s local efforts were acknowledged as he was selected a member of the NFL’s 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII Host Committee in the New York metro area. That same year, Klarberg and his sons received the honorary title Kentucky Colonel, the highest honor awarded by the state, for their service and dedication to the greater community.
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