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Michael A. Dritz

Michael A. Dritz, American securities company executive. Member Advisory Council Syracuse University School of Management, New York Board Trade (board directors). Member Securities Industry Association (chairman New York area firms committee 1989-1990).

Background

  • Dritz, Michael A. was born on March 21, 1938 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Son of Lawrence Dritz and Berthe (Greenblatt) Dritz-Freedman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science cum laude, Syracuse University, 1959.

    Career

    • Floor partner Oppenheimer, Neu & Company, New York City, 1960-1963. Partner and specialist on floor of America Stock Exchange Dyer, Maguire, Dritz & Company, 1963-1974. Senior managing partner Dritz Goldring Wohlreich & Company, 1974-1980.

      Chairman Dritz Goldring Wohlreich Inc., 1980-1981. President Dritz Goldring, 1981-1985. President, chief executive officer Smith New Court, since 1985.

      Board directors Smith New Court PLC, London, 1985. Floor and exchange official American Stock Exchange, 1963-1977, governor 1977-1983, representative National Association Securities Dealers, International Committee.

    Membership

    Member Advisory Council Syracuse University School of Management, New York Board Trade (board directors). Member Securities Industry Association (chairman New York area firms committee 1989-1990).

    Personality

    Interests

    Golf, tennis, fishing, skiing.

    Connections

    • Married Joan Harris Dritz, March 26, 1960.
    • father: Lawrence Dritz Dritz-Freedman
    • mother: Berthe (Greenblatt) Dritz-Freedman
    • spouse: Joan Harris Dritz
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    • 1959
      Syracuse University
    • 1960 - 1963
      Floor partner, Oppenheimer
    • 1963 - 1974
      partner, and specialist on floor of American Stock Exchange Dyer
      Maguire, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • 1974 - 1980
      senior, managing partner Dritz Goldring Wohlreich & Company
    • 1980 - 1981
      chairman, Dritz Goldring Wohlreich Incorporated
    • 1981 - 1985
      president, Dritz Goldring
    • 1985
      president, officer Smith New Court
    • 1985
      chief executive, officer Smith New Court