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Investment banker

James Paulman Stirling, American investment banker. Chartered Financial Analyst.

Background

Stirling, James Paulman was born on March 30, 1941 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Louis James and Beverly L. (Paulman) Stirling.

Education

AB, Princeton University, 1963. Master of Business Administration, Stanford University, 1965.

Career

Vice president corporation finance Kidder, Peabody & Company (now Union Bank of Switzerland), New York City and Chicago, 1965-1971, 84-86, senior vice president corporation finance, since 1987. Assistant to secretary United States Department Commerce, Washington, 1976-1977. Senior advisor & chairman midwest advisory board Union Bank of Switzerland Investment Bank, since 2004.

Chairman board Northwestern Memorial Management Corporation, Chicago, since 1989. Trustee Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Chartered Financial Analyst.

Membership

President junior board Chicago Symphony, 1968—1970. Member executive council Chicago Metropolis 2020. Trustee Chicago Symphony, 1970—1975, Teachers Academy for Mathematics Science, 1991—1995.

Member Chartered Financial Analyst Society Chicago (board directors), Chartered Financial Analyst Leadership Council (chairman), Bond Club Chicago, National Economic Honorary Society, Chicago Club, Racquet Club (Chicago), Onwentsia Club (Lake Forest, Illinois).

Connections

Married Ellen Adair Foster, June 6, 1970. Children– Elizabeth Ginevra, Diana Leslie, Alexandra Curtiss.

father:
Louis James Stirling

mother:
Beverly L. (Paulman) Stirling

spouse:
Ellen Adair Foster

children:
Elizabeth Ginevra Stirling

Diana Leslie Stirling

Alexandra Curtiss Stirling