List of University of Chicago Booth School of Business Alumni - Banking and Financial Services

Banking and Financial Services

  • Roger Altman, Chairman, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Evercore Partners; former Vice Chairman of The Blackstone Group; former Deputy U.S. Treasury Secretary under the Clinton administration; former Assistant U.S. Treasury Secretary under the Carter administration
  • Andrew M. Alper, Chairman of EQA Partners; former COO of Goldman Sachs; former President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation
  • Sekhar Bahadur, former Vice Chairman of Deutsche Bank
  • Dr. Patrick R. Bettscheider, Founder and CEO of Mainfirst
  • Martin Blessing, CEO of Commerzbank
  • Norman Bobins, Former President and CEO of LaSalle Bank Corporation
  • Archie R. Boe, former Chairman and CEO of the Allstate Corporation
  • E. David Coolidge III, Vice Chairman William Blair & Company
  • Jon Corzine, former CEO of Goldman Sachs, former Governor of New Jersey
  • John Davidson III, Chief Development Officer of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange
  • Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse Group
  • David W. Fox, Chairman and CEO of the Northern Trust Corporation
  • Paul Idzik, CEO of E*Trade
  • Rob Levin, Chief Business Officer of Fannie Mae
  • Joe Mansueto, Chairman and CEO of Morningstar, Inc.
  • Dan Pickering, Co-Founder and Co-President of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.
  • Paul E. Purcell, Chairman and CEO of Robert W. Baird
  • Philip J. Purcell, former Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, and current president of Continental Investors
  • Pete Ricketts, Vice-Chairman of Ameritrade and candidate for the U.S. Senate in Nebraska
  • Thomas S. Ricketts, CEO of Incapital LLC; family trust was selected as winning bidder for the Chicago Cubs
  • Frederik "Frits" Seegers, CEO of Global Retail and Commercial Banking at Barclays
  • Robert Steel, CEO of Wachovia; former Under Secretary of the U.S. Treasury for domestic finance; former Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs
  • Joel Stern, CEO of Stern Stewart & Co and developer of Economic value added concept
  • Eric Sturtz, former CFO of Commerzbank
  • Jon Winkelried, former Co-President of Goldman Sachs

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