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Douglas Fred Madsen

investment banker

Douglas Fred Madsen, American investment banker. Served with United States Army Reserve, 1959-1960. Member Los Angeles Society Finance Analysts, Harvard Business School Association Southern California (director), California Club, Annadale Golf Club, Duckville Gun Club, Town Hall Club, Lincoln Club, Valley Hunt Club.

Background

Madsen, Douglas Fred was born on February 11, 1942 in Salt Lake City. Son of Marion J. and Marguerite B. Madsen.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Economics, University Utah, 1965. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1967.

Career

Corporation finance associate Blyth & Company, Incorporated, New York York City, 1967-1973. 1st vice president corporation finance Blyth Eastman Dillon & Company Inc., Los Angeles, 1973-1979. Senior vice president, chief finance officer First Interstate bank corporation, 1979-1981, executive vice president, chief finance officer, 1981-1983.

Chairman, chief finance officer Winfield Corporation, Costa Mesa, California, 1983-1984. Founder, president Madsen & Company, Inc., since 1984. Chairman, chief executive officer Phillips Plywood Company, Inc., Northern Hollywood, California.

Membership

Served with United States Army Reserve, 1959-1960. Member Los Angeles Society Finance Analysts, Harvard Business School Association Southern California (director), California Club, Annadale Golf Club, Duckville Gun Club, Town Hall Club, Lincoln Club, Valley Hunt Club.

Connections

Married Kathleen McCarthy Riter, June 16, 1967. Children: Maureen R., Christine M.

father:
Marion J.

mother:
Marguerite B. Madsen

spouse:
Kathleen McCarthy Riter

children:
Maureen R. Madsen

Christine M. Madsen