Museum of American Finance Benefactors ($1,000 and Above)

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Museum of American Finance Benefactors ($1,000 and Above)


The Museum is most grateful for the financial support of these major donors in the past year to help advance our commitment to preserving, exhibiting and teaching the power and value of American finance.

* American Express Corporation

* Anonymous

* Theodore Aronson

* Howard Baker

* Bank of America Merrill Lynch

* Barrett Asset Management

* Bruce Bent

* Charlotte B. Beyer

* BlackRock, Inc.

* Bloomberg

* Deborah Bobye and Mali List Family Fund

* Jim Bolin

* Viktoria Brenner

* Briar Foundation

* Robert Buckholz

* Capco

* Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP

* CFA Institute

* Citigroup

* Griffith Clarke

* Clear Harbor Asset Management

* Consolidated Edison

* Credit Suisse Securities LLC

* John Crocker

* Crystal & Company

* Ray and Barbara Dalio

* Andrea de Cholnoky

* Georges de Menil

* Thomas Doerflinger

* William H. and Jane P. Donaldson

* Craig A. Drill

* Richard Drucker

* Henry duPont

* Harold Ehrlich

* Charles Elson

* Frances Alexander Foundation

* Friedman Family Foundation

* S. Parker Gilbert

* Martha Clark Goss

* Guardian Life Insurance

* GWG Holdings

* Scott Haniford

* William Harrison

* Michael Henriques

* Herzog & Co., Inc.

* Houlihan Lokey

* Al and Denise Hurley

* ING Americas

* International Precious Metals Institute

* Paul Isaac

* David Johnson

* Carol Kaimowitz

* Myron Kandel

* Glenn Kaufman

* Jonathan Kemper

* Bradford Kopp

* Kx Systems

* Longhill Charitable Foundation, Inc. …

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