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Regis University

3333 Regis Blvd. Mail Code B 6

Denver, Colorado 80221

United States

Company Description

Regis University, with nearly 15,000 students, comprises Regis College, College for Professional Studies and Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions. The University is recognized by U. S. News & World Report as a Top School in the West and is one ... more

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Employment History

Managing Director

Stifel , Nicolaus & Company , Incorporated

Affiliations

Board Member
The Kempe Foundation

Board Member
First American State Bank

Board Member
Colorado Concern

Board Member
The Two Percent Club

Advisory Board Member
Rose Medical Center

Board Member
The Fox Company

Chairman
Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation

Board Member
Securities Industry Association

Regional Firms Advisory Board
New York Stock Exchange

Founder
Hanifen Imhoff Inc.

Member of Board of Trustees
Irish Community Center

Board of Trustees
Public Securities Association

Member, Investment Committee
Caring

Board Member
Republic Financial Corporation

Founder
Samford Inc.

Education

bachelor's degree

Regis University

degree

business administration

Regis College

honorary doctorate

Regis College

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SEC EDGAR Submission 0000720672-05-000048

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(2),Includes the following shares that such persons and group have the right to acquire currently or within 60 days following March 16, 2005 upon the exercise of stock options: Mr. Kruszewski - 198,301; Mr. McCuaig - 128,536; Mr. Zemlyak - 114,669; Mr. Oates - 4,002; Mr. Imhoff - 10,667; Mr. Sliney - 29,268; Mr. Dill - 11,351; Mr. Beda - 13,223; Mr. Lefton - 8,342; Mr. Ford - 4,002; Mr. Baer - 1,867; Mr. Dubinsky - 1,601; Mr. Hanser - 1,601; and directors and executive officers as a group - 527,430.

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Stock Ownership Plan and Trust: Mr. Kruszewski - 397; Mr. McCuaig - 374; Mr. Zemlyak - 307; Mr. Imhoff - 181; Mr. Sliney - 540; and directors and executive officers as a group - 1,799.
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Also includes the following shares allocated to such persons and group under the Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated Profit Sharing 401(k) Plan: Mr. Zemlyak - 2,129; Mr. Imhoff - 10; and directors and officers as a group - 2,139.
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Walter F. Imhoff
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Walter F. Imhoff
Walter F. Imhoff has served as Senior Vice President of Stifel Nicolaus since January 12, 2000.Mr. Imhoff started his investment banking career in 1955.In 1960 Mr. Imhoff, with two partners, formed Hanifen Imhoff, Inc., a Colorado-based broker-dealer which operated continuously until 2000 when the firm was merged with Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated.Mr. Imhoff served as Hanifen Imhoff, Inc.'s Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer from 1979 until its merger in 2000.Mr. Imhoff is a past member of the Board of Public Securities Association and the Securities Industry Association.Mr. Imhoff also served a term on the Regional Firms Advisory Board of the New York Stock Exchange and for years was the NYSE Board Member of the firm.Mr. Imhoff is a member of the board of directors of the Regis University Governing Board of Trustees and was elected a lifetime trustee.Mr. Imhoff is active in many charitable and civic organizations throughout Colorado.


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Denver financier, philanthropist Walt Imhoff dies at 82

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Walt Imhoff, one of the giants in Denver's business and philanthropic circles, died Tuesday, apparently from natural causes. He was 82.
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"If Walt was known in The Denver Post business pages for bond issuances, he was known in the community as a fundraiser for every charity of note," said the Rev. Michael Sheeran, who became president of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities after retiring as president of Regis University. "He was a Regis University mainstay for over a quarter century. He donated money, he recruited trustees, he reminded alumni how much the school had done for him and for them, and he chaired the board of trustees. Imhoff was named Regis' Alumnus of the Year in 1997.
Walter F. Imhoff was born at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver on Aug. 7, 1931. His parents, Walter and Frances Barkhausen Imhoff, preceded him in death, as did his wives Mary Sheila Imhoff, who died Oct. 30, and Georgia Imhoff, who succumbed to pancreatic cancer on Sept. 6, 2009.
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Walt and Georgia, who were married in 1973, were key players in the world of charitable fundraising, supporting dozens of organizations, including Friends of Nursing, Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts,St.
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"Walt was a true gentleman.


Walter Imhoff

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Walter Imhoff

Walter Imhoff started his business career in 1955 with Coughlin and Company, serving as an assistant vice president.
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In January 2000, Hanifen, Imhoff merged with Stifel Nicolaus and Company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Imhoff has also completed a term on the board of trustees of the Public Securities Association, served as chairman of the South Central District of the Securities Industry Association. He recently served on the National Securities Industry Association Board of Directors, which represents 75 percent of all investment firms doing 95 percent of all securities trades in the United States. He has also served on the Regional Firms Advisory Board of the New York Stock Exchange.
His civic involvement includes serving as past president of the Denver Club and past vice president of the board of the Greater Denver Chamber of Commerce (now the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce), chairman of the President's Club of the Greater Denver Chamber of Commerce, served on the board of the Greater Denver Corporation, serves on the Hyland Hills Foundation and is past chairman of Colorado Concern. He is past chairman of Kempe Children's Foundation, past chairman of the board of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and served on the board of directors as chairman of Saint Joseph Hospital. He is on the board of trustees of the Irish Community Center. He is also vice president of the Boy Scouts of America.
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Walt Imhoff was cited for his outstanding charitable works on behalf of children and families. He is the recipient of the Bill Daniels Award for his work with youth as presented by the Denver Nuggets and in 1995, was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year Award by Ernst & Young, the Denver Business Journal, and INC. magazine. Imhoff was included in a list of the most influential leaders of post-World War II Denver, published in September 1998, by the Denver Business Journal in a commemorative edition celebrating its 50th birthday.
Walter Imhoff is a graduate of Regis College (now Regis University) with a degree in business administration. He has been active at Regis since his graduation, having served as president of the National Regis Alumni Association, chairman of the Regis board of directors and chairman of the Regis Fund Drive. He is a member of the board of directors and served as chairman of the Regis University Governing Board of Trustees for six years, and he was elected a lifetime trustee in 1998. He also is a director of Regis Jesuit Holdings Inc. In 1991, Regis University honored Imhoff with an honorary doctorate degree. In 2008, he received the Daniel Ritchie Ethics in Business award from the Colorado Ethics in Business Alliance.


First American State Bank Appoints Walter F. Imhoff to Board of Directors | First American State Bank - Greenwood Village, CO

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First American State Bank Appoints Walter F. Imhoff to Board of Directors First American State Bank Appoints Walter F. Imhoff to Board of Directors | First American State Bank - Greenwood Village, CO

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First American State Bank Appoints Walter F. Imhoff to Board of Directors Thursday, August 7, 2008
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO - First American State Bank, one of Colorado's leading independent banks, today announced the appointment of Walter F. Imhoff to the board of directors. Mr. Imhoff brings more than 50 years experience to the board and was principal of one of the largest investment banking organizations in the Rocky Mountain area named, Hanifen, Imhoff. His appointment brings the number of board members to seven.
"Imhoff's keen banking expertise and deep roots in the Denver community will give us the opportunity to make First American State Bank an even better place for our customers to bank," said Jay Davidson, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of First American State Bank.
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Imhoff started his business career in 1955 with Coughlin and Company, serving as an assistant vice president. In 1960, he became a founding partner of Hanifen, Imhoff & Samford, Inc., and led the firm for forty years. Through Imhoff's leadership, the firm grew to $2 billion in annual sales and in 2000 the bank merged with Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, a financial corporation headquartered in St. Louis. Imhoff remains a board member. He recently served on the National Securities Industry Association Board of Directors, which represents 75 percent of all investment firms in the United States.
"I've known and worked with Jay Davidson for several years and I am honored to be a part of this strong board of directors," said Imhoff.
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Imhoff has held leadership positions with numerous professional and community organizations, and currently serves as vice president of the Boy Scouts of America. His past roles include vice president of the board of the Greater Denver Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the Kempe Children's Foundation and Chairman of the board of directors of Saint Joseph Hospital. He has also received several gubernatorial appointments, including appointments to former Governor Roy Romer's Economic Development Advisory Board and Colorado Commission on Early Childhood Care and Education, and former Governor Bill Owens' Task Force on Child Welfare and the Caring for Colorado Foundation.
He is a past recipient of the Bill Daniels Award and, in 2008 Imhoff received the Daniel Ritchie Ethics in Business award from the Ethics in Business Alliance. Imhoff has a degree in business administration, as well as an honorary doctorate from Regis College (now Regis University) and has served as president of the National Regis Alumni Association, chairman of the Regis Board of Trustees. He is a lifetime trustee of the University Board and a director of Regis Jesuit Holdings, Inc.


Investment banker Walter ...

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Investment banker Walter Imhoff, winner of this year's Daniel L. Ritchie Award, easily could fill a couple of pages listing the nonprofit, educational and civic boards he's participated in over the years , a commitment to service he says was instilled in him through the Jesuit training he received as a student at Regis University, where he has served as a trustee for decades.

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Walter Imhoff
You would think a man who is being championed by the Colorado Ethics in Business Alliance for setting a strong example in the community wouldn't think about consulting a dictionary to define "ethics."
Walter Imhoff did that before he arrived at the ColoradoBiz offices one recent morning so we could talk to him about being honored with the Daniel L. Ritchie Award.
After sitting down for an interview videotaped for ColoradoBiz TV, the recently retired investment banker offered a note he had copied by hand from "Webster's" that defined ethics as: "The principles of conduct governing an individual or group.
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My wife (Georgia) and I have always had that philosophy," says Imhoff, whose lengthy list of past and president community board positions includes the Boy Scouts of America, the Denver Foundation and the Kempe Children's Foundation."It's a very special feeling you get from giving back to the community.Plus you get to know a lot of community leaders on those boards who make a difference in people's lives."
For 27 years, Imhoff has served on the board of trustees of his alma mater, Regis University, including a seven-year stint as chairman.He considers his work over the years helping to raise funds for the university and direct its future as payback: A Regis professor helped him land his first job in the investment banking industry.
"I feel like I have an obligation because I was one of those lucky people who graduated from college and found that my first job is my career," he said.Over the past 53 years, Imhoff has managed a lot of money for a lot of people and institutions.To maintain trust with clients, he has always tried to make them understand the process.
"The challenge is keeping them advised of what you're doing.Share with them your philosophy of investing," he said.And keep it simple: "Too often people in our industry use terms unfamiliar with the general public.Relate a bond to a mortgage.Everyone has a mortgage, and they know what a mortgage is."
Imhoff believes the state of ethics in business has improved in recent years , but he's not happy about what prompted that evolution: regulation in the wake of the scandals involving Enron, Tyco and the like.
"Unfortunately, it's done by force through regulatory bodies enforcing regulations these people didn't follow.They didn't learn the ethical procedures I was taught in college and throughout my career," he said."And unfortunately, they don't have the same obligations to the shareholders or even to their board of directors.I think the prison sentences imposed on these individuals have been a real eye opener to other people within the industry." Even without the enforcement of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the investment banking industry practices strong ethical standards, Imhoff said.It's a requirement for staying in business.
"When you're dealing with people's money, you have to be extra cautious," he said.
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Watch our "Executive Edge" interview with Walter Imhoff at cobizmag.com/videos.asp

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