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Martin Albert Dale

investment banking , banking executive

Martin Albert Dale, American investment banking executive, retired. Decorated knight Order of National Merit, France; Fulbright fellow, 1953-1954. Trustee, chairman emeritus Lycée Francais New York; Member Princeton Club New York, New York Athletic Club, Sarasota Yacht Club, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Dale, Martin Albert was born on January 3, 1932 in Newark. Son of Philip D. and Lucie M. (Mintz) Dale.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, Princeton University, 1953. Postgraduate, University Strasbourg, France, 1954. Master of Arts in International Economics with honors, Tufts University, 1955.

Career

Foreign service officer United States Department State, 1955-1960. Private counsellor, economic advisor Prince Rainier III of Monaco, 1960-1964. Vice president, executive assistant to president Grand Bahama Port Authority Ltd., Freeport, 1965-1967.

Senior vice president finance, administration and operations Revlon International Corporation, New York City, 1967-1972. Corporation senior vice president, director office strategic projects W.R. Grace & Company, 1972-1982. Strategic planning consultant Henkel Kommanditgesellschaft auf Aktien, Duesseldorf, Germany, 1983-1993.

Vice chairman Hill Thompson Capital Markets, 1993-1997.

Membership

Trustee, chairman emeritus Lycée Francais New York. Member Princeton Club New York, New York Athletic Club, Sarasota Yacht Club, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Joan Clements, April 3, 1954 (divorced 1977). Children: Charles, W. Gregory, Pamela, Eric. Married Berteline Baier, November 21, 1980.

father:
Philip D. Dale

mother:
Lucie M. (Mintz) Dale

spouses:
Joan Clements

Berteline Baier

children:
Charles Dale

W. Gregory Dale

Pamela Dale

Eric Dale