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Mr. John Boots

Vice President

Walton Street Capital LLC

Direct Phone: (312) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.com

Walton Street Capital LLC

900 North Michigan Avenue Suite 1900

Chicago, Illinois 60611

United States

Company Description

Walton Street invests and manages with the philosophy that real estate is a commodity subject to cycles, both in terms of its underlying supply and demand fundamentals and its pricing relative to other financial assets. Through the Principals' relationshi... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate
KPMG LLP

Affiliations

Board Member
Lucca Leadership

Board Member
Lucca Leadership North America

Education



University of Notre Dame

BBA

The University of Norte Dame

MBA

The University of Chicago

Master
Science
University of Connecticut

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John Boots
Vice President
Asset Management
Prior to joining Walton Street, Mr. Boots was an associate at KPMG. He has a BBA from The University of Norte Dame, a MS in Accounting from The University of Connecticut and an MBA from The University of Chicago.


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John Boots, originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, moved to the United States in 2001 to attend the University of Notre Dame on an athletic scholarship. It is at the University of Notre Dame, where John's thirst to help others first took shape. As a sophomore, John joined the Student International Business Council (SIBC) and quickly became the Director of the Global Development division. As a director of this division, John managed a project in Haiti that developed 'Bed Nets' to help combat Malaria in the region, created an international debate competition to foster communication of pressing Global and Economic issues, helped to established a school in Kenya to teach women business skills needed for running a small business and organized teaching internships for a dozen SIBC students to go abroad to underserved populations to teach subjects such as English, History and Economics. Upon graduation for the University of Notre Dame John began his professional career at the accounting firm KPMG while obtaining a Master's in the Science of Accountancy at the University of Connecticut. John is currently a Fund Manager at Walton Street Capital in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
John's experience with Lucca Leadership dates back 6 years. As the Chief Financial Officer of the SIBC at the University of Notre Dame, John helped to formalize the relationship between the SIBC and Lucca Leadership, establishing multiple scholarships for SIBC members to attend some of the initial Lucca Leadership week long Leadershi Foundations course in Lucca, Italy. Since that time John has attending multiple weekend courses, both as a student at Notre Dame and as a coach. Along with Tim Munden and Dan Degen, John helped create Lucca Leadership North America and has since focused his efforts on the Financial and Taxation side of the organization.
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A famous quote that John tries to live by is to 'have your greatest passion meet the world's greatest needs.' Using his passion for finance and accounting, John applies this passion to the needs of Lucca Leadership and those who benefit from this organization. While not everyone can devote as much time as others and not everyone may have the skills necessary to be a coach , it is important for all to know that no matter what their skills in life are, all can make a difference. John encourages anyone who feels as though they have a strong connection with Lucca Leadership to see how they can get involved and see where their passion meets Lucca's needs.


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John Boots, originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, moved to the United States in 2001 to attend the University of Notre Dame on an athletic scholarship. It is at the University of Notre Dame, where John's thirst to help others first took shape. As a sophomore, John joined the Student International Business Council (SIBC) and quickly became the Director of the Global Development division. As a director of this division, John managed a project in Haiti that developed 'Bed Nets' to help combat Malaria in the region, created an international debate competition to foster communication of pressing Global and Economic issues, helped to established a school in Kenya to teach women business skills needed for running a small business and organized teaching internships for a dozen SIBC students to go abroad to underserved populations to teach subjects such as English, History and Economics. Upon graduation for the University of Notre Dame John began his professional career at the accounting firm KPMG while obtaining a Master's in the Science of Accountancy at the University of Connecticut. John is currently a Fund Manager at Walton Street Capital in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

John's experience with Lucca Leadership dates back 6 years. As the Chief Financial Officer of the SIBC at the University of Notre Dame, John helped to formalize the relationship between the SIBC and Lucca Leadership, establishing multiple scholarships for SIBC members to attend some of the initial Lucca Leadership week long Leadershi Foundations course in Lucca, Italy. Since that time John has attending multiple weekend courses, both as a student at Notre Dame and as a coach. Along with Tim Munden and Dan Degen, John helped create Lucca Leadership North America and has since focused his efforts on the Financial and Taxation side of the organization.
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A famous quote that John tries to live by is to 'have your greatest passion meet the world's greatest needs.' Using his passion for finance and accounting, John applies this passion to the needs of Lucca Leadership and those who benefit from this organization. While not everyone can devote as much time as others and not everyone may have the skills necessary to be a coach , it is important for all to know that no matter what their skills in life are, all can make a difference. John encourages anyone who feels as though they have a strong connection with Lucca Leadership to see how they can get involved and see where their passion meets Lucca's needs.


Lucca Leadership - make the difference... - northamericawhoweareteam

www.luccaleadership.org [cached]

John Boots, originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, moved to the United States in 2001 to attend the University of Notre Dame on an athletic scholarship. It is at the University of Notre Dame, where John's thirst to help others first took shape. As a sophomore, John joined the Student International Business Council (SIBC) and quickly became the Director of the Global Development division. As a director of this division, John managed a project in Haiti that developed 'Bed Nets' to help combat Malaria in the region, created an international debate competition to foster communication of pressing Global and Economic issues, helped to established a school in Kenya to teach women business skills needed for running a small business and organized teaching internships for a dozen SIBC students to go abroad to underserved populations to teach subjects such as English, History and Economics. Upon graduation for the University of Notre Dame John began his professional career at the accounting firm KPMG while obtaining a Master's in the Science of Accountancy at the University of Connecticut. John is currently a Fund Manager at Walton Street Capital in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

John's experience with Lucca Leadership dates back 6 years. As the Chief Financial Officer of the SIBC at the University of Notre Dame, John helped to formalize the relationship between the SIBC and Lucca Leadership, establishing multiple scholarships for SIBC members to attend some of the initial Lucca Leadership week long Leadershi Foundations course in Lucca, Italy. Since that time John has attending multiple weekend courses, both as a student at Notre Dame and as a coach. Along with Tim Munden and Dan Degen, John helped create Lucca Leadership North America and has since focused his efforts on the Financial and Taxation side of the organization.
...
A famous quote that John tries to live by is to 'have your greatest passion meet the world's greatest needs.' Using his passion for finance and accounting, John applies this passion to the needs of Lucca Leadership and those who benefit from this organization. While not everyone can devote as much time as others and not everyone may have the skills necessary to be a coach , it is important for all to know that no matter what their skills in life are, all can make a difference. John encourages anyone who feels as though they have a strong connection with Lucca Leadership to see how they can get involved and see where their passion meets Lucca's needs.


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John Boots, originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, moved to the United States in 2001 to attend the University of Notre Dame on an athletic scholarship. It is at the University of Notre Dame, where John's thirst to help others first took shape. As a sophomore, John joined the Student International Business Council (SIBC) and quickly became the Director of the Global Development division. As a director of this division, John managed a project in Haiti that developed 'Bed Nets' to help combat Malaria in the region, created an international debate competition to foster communication of pressing Global and Economic issues, helped to established a school in Kenya to teach women business skills needed for running a small business and organized teaching internships for a dozen SIBC students to go abroad to underserved populations to teach subjects such as English, History and Economics. Upon graduation for the University of Notre Dame John began his professional career at the accounting firm KPMG while obtaining a Master's in the Science of Accountancy at the University of Connecticut. John is currently a Fund Manager at Walton Street Capital in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

John's experience with Lucca Leadership dates back 6 years. As the Chief Financial Officer of the SIBC at the University of Notre Dame, John helped to formalize the relationship between the SIBC and Lucca Leadership, establishing multiple scholarships for SIBC members to attend some of the initial Lucca Leadership week long Leadershi Foundations course in Lucca, Italy. Since that time John has attending multiple weekend courses, both as a student at Notre Dame and as a coach. Along with Tim Munden and Dan Degen, John helped create Lucca Leadership North America and has since focused his efforts on the Financial and Taxation side of the organization.
...
A famous quote that John tries to live by is to 'have your greatest passion meet the world's greatest needs.' Using his passion for finance and accounting, John applies this passion to the needs of Lucca Leadership and those who benefit from this organization. While not everyone can devote as much time as others and not everyone may have the skills necessary to be a coach , it is important for all to know that no matter what their skills in life are, all can make a difference. John encourages anyone who feels as though they have a strong connection with Lucca Leadership to see how they can get involved and see where their passion meets Lucca's needs.

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