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Frank Kelly Reilly

Frank Kelly Reilly, business educator. Chartered Financial Analyst. Arthur J. Schmidt Foundation fellow, 1962-1965; University Chicago fellow, 1963-1965; recipient faculty award University Notre Dame, 1999.


  • Reilly, Frank Kelly was born on December 30, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Clarence Raymond and Mary Josephine (Ruckrigel) Reilly.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Business Administration, University Notre Dame, 1957. Master of Business Administration, Northwestern University, 1961. Master of Business Administration, University Chicago, 1964.

      Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1968. Doctor of Laws (honorary), St. Michael's College, 1991.


    • Trader Goldman Sachs & Company, Chicago, 1958-1959. Security analyst Technology Fund, 1959-1962. Assistant professor University Kansas, Lawrence, 1965-1968, associate professor, 1968-1972.

      Professor business, associate director division business and economic research University Wyoming, Laramie, 1972-1975. Professor finance University Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, 1975-1981. Bernard J. Hank professor University Notre Dame, Indiana, since 1981, dean Mendoza College Business, 1981-1987.

      Board directors, chairman Union Bank of Switzerland Funds, Association Investment Management and Research. Past chairman Institute Chartered Finance Analysts. Past chairman board directors NIBCO Corporation.

      Board directors International Board Certified Fire Protection specialist, Discover Bank, chairman Fort Dearborn Income Securities, Battery Park High Yield Fund., Morgan Stanley Trust Federal Savings Bank (Financial Stability Board).

    Major achievements

    • Chartered Financial Analyst.



    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Fellow Finance Management Association (president 1983-1984, chairman 1985-1991, board directors). Member Midwest Business Administration Association (president 1974-1975), American Finance Association, Western Finance Association (executive committee 1973-1975), Eastern Finance Association (executive committee 1979-1984, president 1982-1983), Midwest Finance Association (president 1993-1994. Lifetime Achievement award 2007), Finance Analysts Federation, Academy Finance Services (president 1990-1991), Institute Chartered Finance Analysts (council of examiners, research and education committee, education steering committee), International Associate Finance Planners (educational resource committee, board directors), Association of Investment Management and Research (C. Stewart Sheppard award 1991, Daniel J. Forrestal III Leadership award for professional ethics 2001), Chartered Financial Analyst Society Chicago (board directors 1988-1989), Beta Gamma Sigma.


    • Married Therese Adele Bourke, August 2, 1958. Children: Frank Kelly III, Clarence Raymond II, Therese B., Edgar B.
    • father: Clarence Raymond Reilly
    • mother: Mary Josephine (Ruckrigel) Reilly
    • spouse: Therese Adele Bourke
    • children: Frank Kelly III Reilly
    • Clarence Raymond II Reilly
    • Therese B. Reilly
    • Edgar B. Reilly
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    Born December 30, 1935
    • 1957
      University Notre Dame
    • 1961
      Northwestern University
    • 1964
      University Chicago
    • 1968
      University Chicago
    • 1991
      St. Michael's College
    • 1958 - 1959
      Trader Goldman Sachs & Company
      Chicago, Illinois, United States
    • 1959 - 1962
      security analyst, Technology Fund
    • 1965 - 1968
      assistant, professor University Kansas
      Lawrence, Kansas, United States
    • 1972 - 1975
      professor, director division business and economic research University Wyoming
      Laramie, Wyoming, United States
    • 1972 - 1975
      associate, director division business and economic research University Wyoming
      Laramie, Wyoming, United States
    • 1975 - 1981
      professor, finance University Illinois
    • 1981
      Bernard J. Hank professor, University Notre Dame
    • 1981 - 1987
      Bernard J. Hank professor, University Notre Dame
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