All-China Alumni Reception with guest-of-honor Tim Schlindwein, '72
September 17, 2011: 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
"How to Manage Your Wealth in Today's Economy"
The Alumni Clubs of Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taiwan invite you to an event with Council on Chicago Booth member Timothy A. Schlindwein, '72, who will be discuss the implications of current global economic and market trends for wealth management and preservation.
University of Chicago Center in Beijing
20th floor, Culture Plaza
No. 59A Zhong Guan Cun Street Haidian
District Beijing 100872, China
University of Chicago and Booth alumni are invited to meet and mingle with fellow alumni and friends at this exciting all-China gathering. Please feel free to pass on the invite to friends and colleagues! Register today on http://allchina2011.eventbrite.com
The event is sponsored by Chicago Booth Office of Global Initiatives. Admission is complimentary.
Timothy Schlindwein, '72 (Speaker)
Founder and Managing Principal, Schlindwein Associates
Tim is founder and Managing Principal of Schlindwein Associates, an independent investment counseling and consulting firm with U.S. offices in Chicago and Dallas and a representative office in Beijing, PRC. He is a 42-year veteran of the investment management industry. Prior to forming Schlindwein Associates in 1995, he spent 20 years with the Chicago investment counsel firm of Stein Roe & Farnham, progressing from portfolio manager to chief executive officer. He has built and managed complete investment operations, and his "hands-on" investment experience includes all areas portfolio management, research and trading.
Tim earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame and his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, where he has served since 1991 on the Council on Chicago Booth. He has lectured on portfolio management and investment manager evaluation for the School's Executive MBA program in Chicago and the Executive Education program in Chicago and the United Arab Emirates. He is a Chartered Investment Counselor."
Ted Hornbein, '05