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Marquette Associates Inc

180 North LaSalle Street Suite 3500

Chicago, Illinois 60601

United States

Company Description

Marquette Associates provides defined contribution consulting services for more than 95 plans with $20 billion in assets, from corporate, public and Taft-Hartley clients to nonprofit and healthcare. Based on more than 20 years of experience and research, ... more

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Employment History

Managing Director and Owner

Archstone Portfolio Solutions LLC

Managing Partner

Painters Mill Venture

Head

Personal Trust & Investments

Chief Executive Officer

Chapin Davis, Inc.

Affiliations

Investment Committee Member
Purnell School

Vice Chairman-Investments
Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co.

Board of Advisors Member
Mistral Capital Partners LLC

Education

University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce

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Mistral Capital Partners - Board of Advisors

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Alex G. Fisher - Alex Fisher is the Co- Founder of Archstone Portfolio Solutions and serves and a managing director of the company. Alex is the Former Vice Chairman of Mercantile Bankshares' $45 billion Investment & Wealth Management Division. Mr. Fisher began his investment career at Kidder, Peabody in New York, NY. He is currently the President Trustee of the Maryland Historical Society. He chairs the Investment Committee at his local Church and is an Investment Committee member at the Purnell School in Pottersville, NJ. Mr. Fisher graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce and is a decorated Vietnam Veteran.


In addition, Wednesday was director ...

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In addition, Wednesday was director Robert Rogers' last day with the society, board president Alex G. Fisher said.

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Rogers' departure is unrelated to the 165-year-old organization's budget problems, according to Fisher.
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"It's no secret that all nonprofits are suffering as a result of the economy," Fisher said.
Although financial markets have recovered somewhat, they are still lower than they were several years ago, which affects the income drawn from the historical society's endowment, as well as the confidence of supporters who make contributions, Fisher said. State funding for the society has also decreased by $450,000 in the past three years, according to Fisher.
He described the decrease in hours as "regrettable. However, "if you're going to be fiscally responsible, you just have to do that," Fisher said.
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Fisher acknowledged that was a legitimate concern. The society is hoping to restore some operating hours at its Mount Vernon facilities by relying on volunteers.
"But it will take time to get that accomplished," Fisher said.
The society is also revamping its Web site.
"Once that's done, access to library material will expand dramatically to anyone off-site," courtesy of the Web, Fisher said.
Education programs in Maryland schools will also be curtailed through the remainder of the school year, according to Fisher. As student tours of the museum have dwindled in recent years, outreach in schools has filled that void, he said, and the society would send staff to train teachers to use replicas of museum holdings for Maryland history lessons. But next summer, the society will transition to offering more Web-based resources.


In addition, Wednesday was director ...

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In addition, Wednesday was director Robert Rogers' last day with the society, board president Alex G. Fisher said.

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Rogers' departure is unrelated to the 165-year-old organization's budget problems, according to Fisher.
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"It's no secret that all nonprofits are suffering as a result of the economy," Fisher said.
Although financial markets have recovered somewhat, they are still lower than they were several years ago, which affects the income drawn from the historical society's endowment, as well as the confidence of supporters who make contributions, Fisher said. State funding for the society has also decreased by $450,000 in the past three years, according to Fisher.
He described the decrease in hours open to the public as "regrettable. However, "if you're going to be fiscally responsible, you just have to do that," Fisher said.
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Fisher acknowledged that was a legitimate concern. The society is hoping to restore some operating hours at its Mount Vernon facilities by relying on volunteers rather than paid staff.
"But it will take time to get that accomplished," Fisher said.
The society is also revamping its Web site.
"Once that's done, access to library material will expand dramatically to anyone off-site, courtesy of the World Wide Web," Fisher said.
In another reduction, education programs in Maryland schools will be curtailed through the remainder of the school year, according to Fisher. As student tours of the museum have dwindled in recent years, outreach in schools has filled that void, he said, and the society would send staff to train teachers to use replicas of museum holdings for Maryland history lessons. But next summer, the society will transition to offering more Web-based resources.
"If we can put a lot more visual material on the Web, then the instruction could be richer," Fisher said.
The staffing and program cuts will allow the society to avoid tapping into its endowment, according to Fisher. He said the historical society is Maryland's oldest cultural institution, and it has survived financial challenges before.
"We insist as a board on breaking even," Fisher said.


Archstone Portfolio Solutions, LLC - News

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Profile: Glenn Ross and Alex Fisher, Archstone Portfolio Solutions

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Since launching investment consulting firm Archstone Portfolio Solutions in 2006, Managing Directors Glenn Ross and Alex Fisher have worked to stay true to their promise to always be there for their clients-literally.
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Twelve months ago, in October 2006, senior investment professionals Alex. Fisher and Glenn Ross pooled their talents and 30 years of experience to introduce a combination of capabilities with a high probability of success for investment programs, launched as "Archstone Portfolio Solutions": A fresh business model that melds savvy and science in portfolio surveillance, investment strategy design, manager search, and fiduciary education, demands a commitment to objectivity, and delivers with entrepreneurial energy.
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"... while big clients like giant pension funds have lots of options for independent investment advice, Fisher and Archstone co-founder Glenn E. Ross saw a void in the services available to the next tier of investors.


Fisher and Glenn Ross' ...

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Fisher and Glenn Ross' Archstone Portfolio reaches $1B under management

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Fisher and Glenn Ross pooled their talents and 30 years of experience to introduce a combination of capabilities with a high probability of success for investment programs, launched as "Archstone Portfolio Solutions": A fresh business model that melds savvy and science in portfolio surveillance, investment strategy design, manager search, and fiduciary education, demanding a commitment to objectivity, and delivered with entrepreneurial energy.
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Fisher and Ross have also captured the attention of nationally prominent investment professionals, now mobilized as the "National Advisory Council", Archstone Portfolio's board of advisors.
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Alex Fisher is former Vice Chairman of Mercantile Bankshares' $45 billion Investment & Wealth Management Division in Baltimore, Md., where he previously headed Private Banking and Private Wealth Management.

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