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Roger C. Altman

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Roger C. Altman is a campaign adviser for John Forbes Kerry: U.S. Presidential Campaign 2004.

Altman is Chairman and co-founder of Evercore and was, in the wake of the Iran-Contra scandal, Vice Chairman of The Blackstone Group. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is also a regular attendee at Bilderberg conferences [1]

FROM CNN.Com "Roger Altman: Formerly deputy Treasury secretary, Altman resigned Aug. 29, 1994 following revelations he tipped the White House off to criminal referrals made by Resolution Trust Corp. investigators related to Madison Guaranty. Altman, a college friend of Clinton's, angered both Republican and Democratic senators after giving conflicting testimony about White House-Treasury contacts."

"Roger Altman is Founder and Chairman of Evercore Partners, which has become the most active independent bank in the United States. Mr. Altman began his investment banking career at [[[Lehman Brothers]] and became a general partner of that firm in 1974. Beginning in 1977, he served as Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury for four years. He then returned to Lehman Brothers, later becoming co-head of overall investment banking, a member of the firm’s Management Committee and its Board. He remained in those positions until the firm was sold to Shearson/American Express. In 1987, Mr. Altman joined The Blackstone Group as Vice Chairman, head of the firm’s merger and acquisition advisory business and a member of its Investment Committee. Mr. Altman also had primary responsibility for Blackstone’s international business. Beginning in January 1993, Mr. Altman returned to Washington to serve as Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Treasury for two years. In 1996, he formed Evercore Partners. Today, the firm has 67 partners, 835 employees and has handled over $1 trillion of merger, acquisition, recapitalization and restructuring transactions. In its other role, Evercore also manages over $13 billion of third party assets. Mr. Altman is a Trustee of New York-Presbyterian Hospital, serving on its Investment Committee, and is Vice Chairman of the Board of the American Museum of Natural History. He also serves as Chairman of New Visions for Public Schools. He is a member of The Council on Foreign Relations and a Director of Conservation International. He received an A.B. from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago." [2]

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  2. Evercore Partners Roger C. Altman, organizational web page, accessed August 3, 2012.
  3. Trustees, American Museum of Natural History, accessed April 19, 2010.