John Kador compiled our Puzzler again this month for the Endpiece (on the last page of the magazine). A frequent contributor to Registered Rep. (he also writes “The Rep. Index” as well as features), John is the author of over 15 business books. He first came to our attention through his book, ”Charles Schwab: How One Man Beat Wall Street and Reinvented the Brokerage Industry.” His most recent book is, ”Effective Apology: Mending Fences, Building Bridges and Restoring Trust.“ John lives in central Pennsylvania with his wife, Anna Beth Payne, a psychologist. John has two children: Daniel, who works in high-tech in San Francisco; and Rachel, who is looking for a job in publishing after graduating in June from University of Massachusetts-Amherst. (Offers of employment may be sent care of Registered Rep.)
John Jay Cabuay created our Ten To Watch illustrations and is a visual artist and educator from NYC. His work has been published in book covers, magazines, advertisements and promotions in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. He recently was invited by the board of ICON 6 to be a guest speaker at their 2010 Illustration Conference. He currently teaches illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology and Parsons School of Design. Visit: www.johnjayart.com
Anne Field, who writes our lead story in The Practice every month, is a veteran business journalist. Aside from Registered Rep., she also writes for Bloomberg/BusinessWeek, The New York Times, and BusinessInsider.com, among others. Her other areas of specialty include small business and management, in addition to triple-bottom line companies. She's won numerous awards for her articles, including the American Society of Business Publication Editors Award for Best How-To Article and for Best Case Study. She lives in Pelham, N.Y., with her husband, Geoff Lewis, and two children. You can see more of her work by visiting www.annefieldonline.com.
Bill Singer, who writes our Street Legal column (on page 74 this month), is the publisher of RRBDLAW.com and BrokeAndBroker.com, and practices law at Gusrae, Kaplan, Bruno & Nusbaum PLLC, where he represents broker/dealers, registered persons and public investors. Bill was previously employed in the legal department of Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co.; as a regulatory attorney with the American Stock Exchange and the NASD; and as a legal counsel to Integrated Resources Asset Management. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he was the third generation of his family in the wine business. See Bill Singer's online resume at http://rrbdlaw.com/bios_singer.html.