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Securities Industry Association

ORGANIZATION

After 2006 part of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association.

Official Website:
http://www.sia.org/

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Emily Altman
Business
1955   Morgan Stanley
John W. Bachmann
Business
16-Nov-1938   Partner, Edward Jones
Frank E. Baxter
Business
c. 1938   CEO of Jefferies & Company, 1987-2000
John P. Birkelund
Business
23-Jun-1930   Chairman of Dillon Read, 1986-98
Ralph D. DeNunzio
Business
17-Nov-1931   CEO of Kidder Peabody, 1980-87
Stephen L. Hammerman
Business
18-Apr-1938   Former Vice Chairman, Merrill Lynch
Richard Jenrette
Business
5-Apr-1929   Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette
A. B. Krongard
Business
1936   CIA Executive Director, 2001-04
Janiece M. Longoria
Attorney
1953   Ogden, Gibson, Broocks & Longoria
Bernard L. Madoff
Business
29-Apr-1938   Madoff Investment Securities LLC
Raymond A. Mason
Business
c. 1937   CEO of Legg Mason, 1981-2008
Edward I. O'Brien
Business
19-Sep-1928   Securities Industry Association
Robert F. Shapiro
Business
c. 1934   Klingenstein Fields & Co.
Alvin V. Shoemaker
Business
c. 1938   Chairman of First Boston, 1983-89
William E. Simon
Government
27-Nov-1927 3-Jun-2000 US Secretary of the Treasury, 1974-77
Richard E. Thornburgh
Business
c. 1952   Credit Suisse First Boston
George Herbert Walker III
Diplomat
c. 1931   US Ambassador to Hungary, 2003-06
Seth H. Waugh
Business
?   CEO of Deutsche Bank Americas
John C. Whitehead
Business
2-Apr-1922   US Deputy Secretary of State, 1985-89
Christopher J. Williams
Business
c. 1958   Williams Capital Group


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