Managing Director

  • (noun): Someone who controls resources and expenditures.
    Synonyms: director, manager

Some articles on managing director, director:

Richard E. Turley, Jr. - Biography - Expanded Role
... Turley was appointed Managing Director of the Historical Department in 1989, and in 1996 he also became Managing Director of the Family History Department ... departments merged into the Family and Church History Department, over which Turley remained as Managing Director ...
List Of Hampden–Sydney College Alumni - Business
... Charles Blocker Jr Senior Vice President and Director of Corporate Finance for Gannon International and former Chairman and CEO of Asian Trade Alliance, Inc ... American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam and Managing Director of GANNON Vietnam Limited, Class of 1990 ... Hiter Harris III co-founder and Managing Director of Harris Williams Co, Class of 1983 ...
List Of Punahou School Alumni - Business Leaders and Philanthropists - Other Business Leaders
... VP of Wells Fargo Bank (attended 1946-55) '66 Carter Pruyn Reynolds (Endicott) — Managing Director of Morgan Stanley, Senior VP at Bankers Trust '67 Lloyd M ... (Northwestern) — VP at Pixsense, Senior VP at Clickmarks, Director of Sales at Compaq '68 J ... Landers (Harvard) — Managing Director of Morgan Stanley '72 Gwen Paccaro (Lewis Clark) Executive Director and Manager of Morgan Stanley '74 Penelope Van Niel Engle (Princeton) — VP of JPMorgan ...
Martin Moss
... Martin Grenville Moss, CBE, (1923–2007) was managing director of now-demolished Knightsbridge department store Woollands for twelve years, turning ... In 1966, Moss left Woollands to work as managing director for Simpsons in Picadilly ... In 1985 he became director of the retail wing of the National Trust ...
SNL Financial - Board of Managers
... of Mike Chinn (President CEO of SNL Financial) Steven Klinsky (Managing Director, Founder CEO of New Mountain Capital) Matthew Lori (Managing Director of New Mountain Capital ...

Famous quotes containing the words director and/or managing:

    The director is simply the audience. So the terrible burden of the director is to take the place of that yawning vacuum, to be the audience and to select from what happens during the day which movement shall be a disaster and which a gala night. His job is to preside over accidents.
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    There is not much less vexation in the government of a private family than in the managing of an entire state.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)