In 2003 Daniel Sachs was appointed CEO of Proventus AB, a private company based in Sweden that invests internationally in companies in change.
Through Proventus Capital Partners, Proventus provides development capital through private corporate loans to mid-sized companies in need for growth and restructuring capital, as well as invests in corporate bonds. In addition, Proventus has a number of equity holdings such as Tom Dixon, Artek and BRIO.
Daniel Sachs is Chairman of the Board of Tom Dixon and Artek Oy. He is also Chairman of Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern (The Swedish National Theatre). He is a Member of the Board of Proventus AB and sits on a number of other trusts and boards.
He is also a film producer and through Proventus' involvement in The Jewish Theatre and Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall, engaged in the arts. Daniel Sachs was nominated Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2007. He is one of the founding members of the European Council on Foreign Relations as well as the founder of Glasshouse Forum.
He holds an MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.