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Robert A. Frisch

Robert A. Frisch, American financial planning company executive. Active Boy Scouts American, International Forum and Top of the Table; board directors Dubnoff Center for Child Development Served with United States Air Force. Member American Management Association (chairman employee stock ownership plan seminars), American Society Clubs (past president Philadelphia chapter), National Association Security Dealers (principal).

Background

  • Frisch, Robert A. was born on July 22, 1931 in Schenectady. Son of Harry and Ann (Hirschman) Frisch.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Western Michigan University, 1950. Postgraduate, Wharton School of Business, 1957.

    Career

    • Founder, chief executive officer The ESOT Group, Inc., Los Angeles. Financial Consultant. Lecturer on corporation finance and development, fringe benefits, executive benefit planning, perpetuation of closely held corporation.

    Works

    • Author: Magic of ESOT, Triumph of Employee Stock Ownership Plan, Employee Stock Ownership Plan for the 80's, Magic of Employee Stock Ownership Plan's and LBO's, Employee Stock Ownership Plan: The Ultimate Instrument of Corporate Finance, The Employee Stock Ownership Plan Handbook: Practical Strategies for Achieving Corporate Financing Goals.

    Membership

    Active Boy Scouts American, International Forum and Top of the Table. Board directors Dubnoff Center for Child Development Served with United States Air Force. Member American Management Association (chairman employee stock ownership plan seminars), American Society Clubs (past president Philadelphia chapter), National Association Security Dealers (principal).

    Connections

    • Married Leona A. Abbey, September 9, 1956. Children: Dana R., Randi.
    • father: Harry Frisch
    • mother: Ann (Hirschman) Frisch
    • spouse: Leona A. Abbey
    • children: Dana R. Frisch
    • Randi Frisch
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    Born July 22, 1931
    Nationality
    • 1950
      Western Michigan University
    • 1957
      Wharton School of Business