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Finance company executive

William Joseph Vouté, American Financial company executive ( fin: finance service)financial company executive. Recipient Man of Year award Fordham University, 1981, Club ofChampions Gold Medal award Catholic Youth Organisation, 1986; honoree Inner-City Scholarsgip Fund, 1984.

Background

Vouté, William Joseph was born on December 19, 1938 in New York City, Bachelor of Science, Fordham University.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Fordham University. Master of Business Administration, New York University. Doctor of Laws(honorary), Marymount Manhattan College, 1986.

Career

With Salomon Brothers Inc., New York City, 1960-1989, limited partner, 1971 partner, 1972, member exec.com., 1981-1989, vice chairman, 1987-1989, also board directors. Director Phibro-Salomon Inc. (now Salomon Inc.), New York City.

Founding member, chairman Vouté, Coats, Stuart & O'Grady, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1989-1990, merged with First Boston Corporation, vice chairman 1990. Founder, owner Vouté Finance Corporation, Bronxville, New York, 1991-1992. Board of directors, honorary member Community Fund of Bronxville-Eastchester-Tuckahoe, Inc.

Former board directors, member finance committee Lawrence Hospital. Former vice chairman of the board of trustees, member finance and investment committee Fordham University. Former vice chairman of the board of trustees, member finance and investment committee, chairman capital campaign Marymount Manhattan College.

Trustee Friends of America Art in Religion, Friends of New York Fire Department Collections, Inc. Member of advisory committee New York Police and Fire Widow's and Children'sBenefit Fund, Inc. Member of advisory board Catholic Youth Organisation Westchester County, New York.

Co-chairman of the executive committee Cardinal's Committee on Laity, Archdiocese of New York, chairman of the executive committee Cardinal's Committee of Laity on Wall St. General chairman 1987 Covenant House Dinner. Board directors Layman's Committee for Propogation of the Faith.

Trustee Papal Foundation. Member Inter-Religious TaskForce. Trustee, member development committee Boston College, chairman Wall St. county and New York region development committee.

Chairman Daytop's Just Say Yes to a Drug FreeWorld campaign.

Membership

Board directors, honorary member Community Fund of Bronxville-Eastchester-Tuckahoe Inc. Fomer board directors, member finance committee Lawrence Hospital. Former vice chairman board trustees, member finance and investment committee Fordham University.

Former vice chairman board trustees, member finance and investment committee, chairman capital campaign Marymount Manhattan College. Trustee Friends of America Art in Religion, Friends of New York Fire Department Collections, Inc. Member advisory committee New York Police and Fire Widow's and Children's Benefit Fund, Inc.

Member advisory board Catholic Youth Organization Westchester County, New York. Co-chairman executive committee Cardinal's Committee on Laity, Archdiocese of New York. Chairman executive committee Cardinal's Committee of Laity on Wall St.

General chairman Covenant House Dinner, 1987. Member Inter-Religious Task Force. Trustee, member development committee Boston College.

Chairman Wall St. council and New York region development committee. Chairman Daytop's Just Say Yes to a Drug Free World campaign. Member of Siwanoy Country Club (past board directors), St. Jospeh's Mens Club (past president), Knights of Holy Sepulchre (board councilors of eastern lieutenancy), Knights of Malta.