The Resnick Group Joins Beverly Hills Complex of Salomon Smith Barney; Lisa Detanna, Susan Dehen and Judy Resnick team up once again

Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from Salomon Smith Barney

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Lisa Detanna and Susan
 Dehen, formerly of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and Judy Resnick, founder of
 The Resnick Group, have joined the Beverly Hills complex of Salomon Smith
 Barney.  The group brings more than $200,000,000, largely in managed money, to
 the global resources of Salomon Smith Barney and CitiGroup.  The team of
 Detanna-Dehen-Resnick worked together for eight years at Dabney/Resnick and
 prior to that, at Drexel Burnham Lambert.
     "Susan and I worked with Judy for a long time," stated Detanna, "and when
 her business got a little bigger than she had anticipated, it made sense for
 all of us to become a team again."
     Resnick added, "The combination of Lisa Detanna and Susan Dehen, and all
 that Salomon Smith Barney offer us, gave me the perfect team to support my
 business."
     Judy Resnick started her career with Drexel in 1982, and eventually worked
 in the high-yield bond department where she created the dealer desk that sold
 high-yield bonds to other brokerage firms.  In 1989, Resnick left DBL to
 co-found Dabney/Resnick, an investment bank and brokerage firm in Beverly
 Hills.  In 1997, she sold Dabney/Resnick to Imperial Credit Industries and
 went on to build The Resnick Group into a private investment advisory
 business.  Resnick, an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award winner,
 has authored two books, "I've Been Rich, I've Been Poor.  Rich is Better," and
 "The Rich Is Better Workbook."
     Lisa Detanna and Susan Dehen have provided investment management and
 financial advisory services for individuals and small institutions, combined,
 for a more than twenty-six years.  Each are registered securities brokers and
 investment advisors and provide financial planning and investment advice.
 They each make a strong commitment to service in every aspect of their
 expertise, from investing, to developing performance reports, to providing
 financial education.
     Detanna is currently president-elect of Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce
 & Civic Association, and has served on the Board of Directors of the business
 organization for more than four years.  Detanna served as a Board Member of
 the Maple Counseling Center and Dehen and Detanna are Board Members of the
 Westside Family Health Center.   Each served as a Senior Vice President at
 Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and as Senior VP & Financial Advisor at Imperial
 Capital (formerly Dabney/Resnick).  Detanna was with Drexel Burnham Lambert's
 Capital Markets group in Beverly Hills, and Dehen worked on Wall Street as an
 Assistant Vice President with Paine Webber, Inc. prior to their positions at
 Dabney/Resnick.
     "What attracted me to Salomon Smith Barney was their consulting group."
 states Resnick.  "It was founded on the principle that the money management
 business must be independent in order to be successful.  This fits with The
 Resnick Group's objective approach to money management, and also continues to
 give us an independent research department that provides access to some of the
 best money managers in the business.  The quality and the process of what we
 do for clients won't change, but we will have access to the collateral
 benefits that come with being part of CitiGroup."
 
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    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Lisa Detanna and Susan
 Dehen, formerly of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and Judy Resnick, founder of
 The Resnick Group, have joined the Beverly Hills complex of Salomon Smith
 Barney.  The group brings more than $200,000,000, largely in managed money, to
 the global resources of Salomon Smith Barney and CitiGroup.  The team of
 Detanna-Dehen-Resnick worked together for eight years at Dabney/Resnick and
 prior to that, at Drexel Burnham Lambert.
     "Susan and I worked with Judy for a long time," stated Detanna, "and when
 her business got a little bigger than she had anticipated, it made sense for
 all of us to become a team again."
     Resnick added, "The combination of Lisa Detanna and Susan Dehen, and all
 that Salomon Smith Barney offer us, gave me the perfect team to support my
 business."
     Judy Resnick started her career with Drexel in 1982, and eventually worked
 in the high-yield bond department where she created the dealer desk that sold
 high-yield bonds to other brokerage firms.  In 1989, Resnick left DBL to
 co-found Dabney/Resnick, an investment bank and brokerage firm in Beverly
 Hills.  In 1997, she sold Dabney/Resnick to Imperial Credit Industries and
 went on to build The Resnick Group into a private investment advisory
 business.  Resnick, an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award winner,
 has authored two books, "I've Been Rich, I've Been Poor.  Rich is Better," and
 "The Rich Is Better Workbook."
     Lisa Detanna and Susan Dehen have provided investment management and
 financial advisory services for individuals and small institutions, combined,
 for a more than twenty-six years.  Each are registered securities brokers and
 investment advisors and provide financial planning and investment advice.
 They each make a strong commitment to service in every aspect of their
 expertise, from investing, to developing performance reports, to providing
 financial education.
     Detanna is currently president-elect of Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce
 & Civic Association, and has served on the Board of Directors of the business
 organization for more than four years.  Detanna served as a Board Member of
 the Maple Counseling Center and Dehen and Detanna are Board Members of the
 Westside Family Health Center.   Each served as a Senior Vice President at
 Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, and as Senior VP & Financial Advisor at Imperial
 Capital (formerly Dabney/Resnick).  Detanna was with Drexel Burnham Lambert's
 Capital Markets group in Beverly Hills, and Dehen worked on Wall Street as an
 Assistant Vice President with Paine Webber, Inc. prior to their positions at
 Dabney/Resnick.
     "What attracted me to Salomon Smith Barney was their consulting group."
 states Resnick.  "It was founded on the principle that the money management
 business must be independent in order to be successful.  This fits with The
 Resnick Group's objective approach to money management, and also continues to
 give us an independent research department that provides access to some of the
 best money managers in the business.  The quality and the process of what we
 do for clients won't change, but we will have access to the collateral
 benefits that come with being part of CitiGroup."
 
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