Gary Lutin is chairman of The Shareholder Forum, which he co-founded with the CFA Society of New York (then known as the New York Society of Security Analysts) in 1999 to conduct programs for Society members’ public analyses of company-specific investment issues. He had previously been the lead investor in private acquisitions of companies with the management oversight of J. Keith Louden, the prominent leader of industrial companies whose views of sustainable corporate management are enjoying current recognition. Starting his career in investment banking, he had founded Lutin & Company in 1976 when he was 28 years old, and within five years established the firm’s clear dominance in the niche for capital access and acquisitions supporting the growth of competitively superior mid‑size companies, making it the model for a subsequent generation of independent investment banks. Mr. Lutin had been trained at Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Weeden & Company, the Committee for Economic Development, and Salomon Bros. & Hutzler, and had graduated from Yale University in 1969 with an economics degree.
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