Anne M. Tatlock

Chairman and CEO of Fiduciary Trust Company International, Anne Tatlock helms one of the oldest global investment firms in the U.S. She is also a member of Franklin Templeton’s Office of the Chairman and Board of Directors. Tatlock is first-generation Irish American. Both of her parents were born in Ireland; her father in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh and her mother from Ballyragget, County...

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Michael P. Ryan, CFA

Managing Director and Chief Fixed Income Strategist for UBS Financial Services Michael Ryan has been with UBS and its predecessor firm Paine Webber since 1984. Ryan is a senior member of the firm’s Investment Policy Committee and he heads up its Fixed Income Portfolio Strategy Group. Ryan’s major focus involves relative value, sector, and yield curve strategies. Ryan is a regularly...

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Michael J. Ryan, Jr.

Michael Ryan is executive vice president and general counsel of the American Stock Exchange. He is responsible for all aspects of the legal function at the American Stock Exchange and focuses on day-to-day operations, including business, operational, regulatory and membership. Ryan is also part of the Office of the Chairman, working directly with Chairman and CEO Sal Sodano and President Peter...

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Brian A. Ruane

An Executive Vice President, Brian Ruane is responsible for the securities industry division at The Bank of New York. The division has responsibility for relationship management and business development for the broker-dealer and hedge-fund industry globally. Ruane joined The Bank of New York in 1992 and specialized in the securities industry at an early stage in his banking career. He attended...

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Thomas C. Quick

Vice Chairman of Quick & Reilly / Fleet Securities, Inc. Thomas Quick is dedicated to his career in finance and also to the many charitable causes he supports. (Quick is pictured standing on the right, with his late father, Leslie Quick, Jr., and three brothers. See list for profiles on Peter Quick, Christopher Quick, and Leslie Quick III.) In 1998, Quick & Reilly became part of Fleet,...

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