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Jerome Spiwak

investment banking executive

Jerome Spiwak, American investment banking executive. License #7 National Association Securities Dealers.


Spiwak, Jerome was born on July 6, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Jack and Ida (Weinberg) Spiwak.


Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, University of Illinois, 1953;Master of Business Administration, University of Chicago, 1958;Master of Science in Engineering, Purdue University, 1966;student, John Marshall Law School, 1967.


Supervisor research, cost per click International, Argo, Illinois, 1953-1954;manager technical services, Inland Steel Company, Chicago, 1954-1985;director, Chicagoland Enterprise Center, Chicago, 1986-1987;consultant, Campbell & Associations, Chicago, since 1985;vice president, Capital Ltd., Naperville, Illinois, 1987;vice president, Mid-Tech Funding, Northbrook, Illinois, 1988;account executive, E.F. Hutton, 1987;senior associate, Stanford Securities, Northbrook, Illinois, 1987-1989;president, Spiwak Associations, Chicago, since 1985;vice president, David Herbert Brush & Associations Investment Superior vena cava syndrome, since 1991. Associate instructor Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, since 1988. Consultant Campbell & Associations, since 1985.


  • License #7 National Association Securities Dealers.


President Community Youth Foundation, Chicago, 1966. Director communications Goodman Theater, Chicago, 1985. Chairman public relations Museum Contemporary Art Near North.

Chicago, 1985; producer/host CRIS Radio, Chicago, 1987. Host television Mind's Eye, Cablenet Asocs., 1989. Member National Academy television Arts and Sciences, National Institute Investor Relations, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Enterprise Forum (steering committee emerging business), Friends of Small Business (committee member), Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Gamma.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, golf, acting, international travel, entertainmentproject funding.


Jack Spiwak

Ida (Weinberg) Spiwak