Neuberger Berman Expands San Francisco Presence; Hires Two Regional Vice Presidents for Wealth Management Services.Business Editors
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 21, 2003
Howard Tripp Taylor and Keith Larkin have joined Neuberger Berman as Regional Vice Presidents to service the needs of high net worth individuals, trusts, foundations, and family offices in the San Francisco Bay area “Bay Area” redirects here. For other uses, see Bay Area (disambiguation).
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Mr. Taylor joins Neuberger Berman from Rochdale Investment Management, where he was a Portfolio Manager. Prior to then, he worked at Citigroup and John Hancock Funds. Mr. Taylor holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Austin “University of Texas” redirects here. For other system schools, see University of Texas System.
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Master in Business, Master in Business Administration from American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird). He is a Certified Financial Analyst, Level III Candidate.
Mr. Larkin also joins Neuberger Berman from Rochdale Investment Management, where he was a Western Regional Sales Director. Previously, he held positions at Stephens Inc. investment bank and Harrighton, Righter & Parsons. Mr. Larkin received his bachelor's degree from the University of Arizona (body, education) University of Arizona - The University was founded in 1885 as a Land Grant institution with a three-fold mission of teaching, research and public service. . He is a Certified Financial Analyst, Level I Candidate.
Mr. Taylor and Mr. Larkin join Robert H. Splan, Senior Vice President, in the San Francisco office. Mr. Splan opened the office for Neuberger Berman in 1990, and has been with the firm for 16 years.
"San Francisco is an important and dynamic marketplace and I am confident Tripp Taylor and Keith Larkin will help us serve more investors in the Bay Area well with their strong investment knowledge and quantitative backgrounds," said Heidi L. Steiger, Neuberger Berman Executive Vice President and head of Private Asset Management.
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