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Alger Baldwin Chapman Edit Profile

Lawyer , Financial services company executive

Alger Baldwin Chapman, American financial services company executive, lawyer. Bar: New York 1957. Member of Economic Club, Country Club Little Rock, Commercial Club, Metropolitan Club (New York City), Racquet Club Chicago, Chicago Club.

Background

Chapman, Alger Baldwin was born on September 28, 1931 in Portland, Maine, United States. Son of Alger Baldwin, Senior and Elizabeth (Ives) Chapman.

Education

Bachelor, Williams College, 1953. Juris Doctor, Columbia University, 1956.

Career

President, Shearson, Hammill & Company, 1970-1974;co-chairman, Shearson & Company, 1974-1981;vice chairman, American Express Bank, 1982-1985;chairman, chief Executive officer, Chicago Board Options Exchange, 1986-1997;vice chairman, Algemene Bank Nederland Amro, Inc., since 1996. Vice chairman Algemene Bank Nederland AMRO Inc., since 1997. Board directors International Organization for Standardization New England, HDO, CurrentAssets LLC.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1957.

Membership

Member of Economic Club, Country Club Little Rock, Commercial Club, Metropolitan Club (New York City), Racquet Club Chicago, Chicago Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, skiing, reading.

Connections

Married Beatrice Bishop, October 30, 1983. Children: Alger III, Samuel P., Andrew I., Henry H.

father:
Alger Baldwin Senior Chapman

mother:
Elizabeth (Ives) Chapman

spouse:
Beatrice Bishop

children:
Alger III Chapman

Samuel P. Chapman

Andrew I. Chapman

Henry H. Chapman