CHICAGO, Sept. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mesirow Financial Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Richard Price will address an audience of several hundred Chicago business leaders at an Executives' Club breakfast on October 3rd at the Hyatt Regency.
Price is expected to share his insights regarding how preservation of cultural authenticity and effective communication during transition can boost confidence and trust across clients, employees and the community. Mesirow Financial has nearly $62 billion in assets under management, more than doubling since 2007.
A native of Chicago's Roger's Park neighborhood, Price has been a member of the Mesirow Financial family since 1972. Named CEO in 2011, he is the fourth person to hold the title of CEO in the firm's 75-year history. For many years, Price has also had a leadership role in Chicago's community organizations, including the Rush University Hospital, Foundation Fighting Blindness, and the Israel Sport Center for the Disabled. He was recently appointed by President Obama to serve as a member of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council.
Deloitte is a Platinum sponsor for the Chicago CEO Breakfasts, one of The Club's signature series. Other program sponsors include The Private Bank and The Wall Street Journal.
Mark Thierer, Chairman & CEO of Catamaran Corporation, Pat Hemingway Hall, Chairman & CEO of HCSC and Anne Pramaggiore, President & CEO of ComEd are also scheduled to speak this season as part of The Club's CEO Breakfast series.
For more information or for tickets, visit http://centennial.executivesclub.org or call The Executives' Club at 312-263-3500.
Wednesday, October 3; Breakfast Program: 7:30 – 9:00 a.m, Hyatt Regency, Crystal Ballroom, West Tower, 151 East Wacker Drive
About The Executives' Club of Chicago
The Executives' Club of Chicago is a forum for business, civic, and academic leaders to exchange best practices. Founded in 1911, the Club is one of the oldest and most respected business organizations in the country. The Club serves the community by providing resources needed to establish effective global partnerships, enhance intellectual exchange, develop future diverse business leaders and promote Chicago as a world class business center.
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