Event Detail

Style and Performance: A Roundtable

Date, Time, and Location:
Tuesday, May 03, 2005 (add this event to your Outlook Calendar)
DePaul University, 1 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL  60604   (Driving Directions)

DePaul University Department of Finance &
The Investment Analysts Society Of Chicago


Style and Performance: A Roundtable

With: Richard Driehaus, John Rogers and Rex Sinquefield

Richard Driehaus
Founder, CEO and Chairman, Driehaus Capital Management, Inc

Richard H. Driehaus is the founder and, CEO and Chairman of Driehaus Capital Management, Inc. A lifelong resident of Chicago, Mr. Driehaus grew up on the south side of Chicago and attended the local Catholic high school. He continued his formative education at DePaul University where he received a B.S.C. and an M.B.A. From 1968 through 1973, Mr. Driehaus developed research ideas for the Institutional Trading department at A.G. Becker. He became the youngest portfolio manager of A.G. Becker’s own pension and profit sharing plan, and was ranked among the top 1% of the portfolio managers measured by the A.G. Becker Fund Evaluation Service. In 1973, he became a shareholder and Director of Research for the brokerage firm Mullaney, Wells & Co. In 1976, he became Director of Research and money manager for the Chicago and New York offices of Jesup & Lamont. He founded Driehaus Securities Corporation in 1980, followed by Driehaus Capital Management, Inc. in 1982. The January 10, 2000 issue of Barron’s named Richard Driehaus to its All Century Team of All-Stars as one of the mutual fund world’s heaviest hitters.

John Rogers
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Ariel Capital Management, LLC

As Founder of Ariel Capital Management, LLC, John is the father of the investment and business philosophy that guides the firm today. As the firm's Chief Investment Officer, he manages Ariel's small and mid-cap institutional portfolios as well as Ariel Fund and Ariel Appreciation Fund. Moreover, since Ariel's founding, John has shepherded the growth of assets under management to approximately $21.4 billion. Prior to founding Ariel, John worked for 2½ years at the investment banking firm of William Blair & Co. in Chicago. While at Blair, he refined the value-oriented investment philosophy that he had begun to develop as a college student at Princeton University. At Princeton, John studied economics and served as captain of the varsity basketball team his senior year. He is a recipient of the B.F. Bunn Trophy, an award given to the basketball team member who best exemplifies leadership both on and off the court. John serves on the Board of Directors of Aon Corporation; Exelon Corporation and McDonald's Corporation. His civic affiliations include his roles as Director of the Chicago Urban League; Director of The University of Chicago; and Board Member of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. In addition, he is the former President of the Board of the Chicago Park District; former Director of the National Association of Securities Dealers; and former Trustee of Princeton University.

Rex Sinquefield
Chairman Dimensional Fund Advisors Inc.

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