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Bowen Hadley McCoy

Bowen Hadley McCoy, real estate and business consultant, investment banker. Recipient Ethics prize Harvard Business Review, 1983, Gold Spike award Stanford University, 1989.


  • McCoy, Bowen Hadley was born on June 5, 1937 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Ord Bowen and Berniece (Hadley) McCoy.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Economics, Stanford University, 1958. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1962.


    • Statistician Morgan Stanley Company, New York City, 1962-1970, partner, managing director, 1970-1989. President Morgan Stanley Realty, 1975-1985, chairman, 1985-1987, resident manager, Los Angeles, 1985-1990. President Buzz McCoy Associates, Los Angeles, since 1990.


    • Contributor articles to various publications.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Presbyterian


    Trustee Urban Land Institute, since 1980, Pacific School Religion, since 1985, Hoover Institution, since 1986. Advisor William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, since 1985, Harvard Graduate School Design, since 1987, Los Angeles Mayor's Finance Task Force, 1988. Board directors Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, since 1989.

    Member board pensions Presbyterian Church United States of America, 1982-1988. Chairman Los Angeles chapter American Red Cross, 1990-1992. 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1958-1960, Korea.

    Member American Society Real Estate Counselors, California Club (Los Angeles), Pacific Union Club (San Francisco).



    Hiking, treking, reading, writing, jazz.


    • Married Janice Arthur, August 26, 1961. Children: Anne, Elizabeth, John.
    • father: Ord Bowen McCoy
    • mother: Berniece (Hadley) McCoy
    • spouse: Janice Arthur
    • children: Anne McCoy
    • Elizabeth McCoy
    • John McCoy
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    • 1958
      Stanford University
    • 1962
      Harvard University
    • 1962 - 1970
      Statistician Morgan Stanley Company
    • 1990
      president, Buzz McCoy Associates
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