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| Richard Vigilante
| Steve Vogt
Richard Vigilante, Chief Communications Officer and Author, Whitebox Advisors
Richard Vigilante joined Whitebox in 2002. Mr. Vigilante is responsible for articulating Whitebox Advisorís principles and investment ideas into clear and compelling messages and for ensuring that these messages reach their intended audiences effectively. Previously, Mr. Vigilante served as Vice President and Editorial Director of Gilder Publishing; Editorial Director of the Manhattan Institute, where he founded the Instituteís acclaimed journal of urban affairs, the City Journal; and an editor of National Review magazine. Mr. Vigilante served in the Reagan White House as a speechwriter and editor of the White House Digest. He is the author or co-author of several books including Panic, coauthored with Andrew Redleaf. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and New Republic. Mr. Vigilante holds a BA in Philosophy from Yale University, class of 1978.
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Steve Vogt, Chief Investment Officer, Mesirow Advanced Strategies
Dr. Stephen Vogt is a senior managing director and the chief investment officer of Mesirow Advanced Strategies, Inc.,and a member of the investment and executive committees.Additionally,he is a member of its parent company,Mesirow Financial Holdings, Inc.ís board of directors.Dr. Vogtís focus is on evaluating the investment landscape and identifying attractive opportunities and risks in the marketplace.Prior to joining Mesirow Advanced Strategies,Inc.in 1999,he was an associate professor of finance at DePaul University.Dr. Vogtís research focused on empirical tests of financial theories and has been published in both academic and trade journals.He received a B.S. in economics and mathematics from Bemidji State University,and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in economics from Washington University-St. Louis.
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