STAC Fund Face-off: An interview with James Bohrer, who leads the charge for the hockey tournament showdown.

Why did you first start the STAC Fund Face-off? What was your ambition? - We started this in 2014 after I attended the Minnesota Security Dealers Association’s annual Buy-Side/Sell-Side hockey game in Minneapolis. They do a much more casual game, but they attracted a lot of interest and the event was a blast. When I came back to Chicago, Bill Russell and I brainstormed about how we could replicate it in Chicago. There is a lot of hockey players in the city, and specifically in our industry, and we thought the demand and interest would be there. Since we, as an organization had shifted toward a focus on community service, we decided to structure it to benefit the STAC Fund and generate scholarship dollars.

Brexit, T+3

If you haven't seen the latest STA Newsletter then you've missed the article by Jim Toes on the Brexit vote and the rebalancing of the Russell indices.  Jim's article below and tip to the industry is something you may want to read.  


STAC Begins a New Year

We are supposed to be enjoying some springtime warmth, but in true Chicago fashion, winter weather continues to linger. Early spring (March, to be exact) is also the time when STAC transitions to the new board that is elected in November of the previous year. The STAC board for 2016/2017 has a lot to live up to, but I am excited to maintain and hopefully surpass the momentum that we created in 2015/2016.

STAC Fund Has a New Face

STAC Fund has a new page.   Many of you know that STAC Fund awards college scholarships to full-time deserving students.  Did you also know high school seniors who have been accepted to a program in any course of study are also eligible?

STAC Members Share “Meals from the Heart” at Ronald McDonald House at Lurie Children’s Hospital Featured

The Ronald McDonald House provides a place to stay for families of children undergoing lifesaving medical treatment at Lurie Children’s Hospital. On February 29th, STAC members volunteered their cooking and serving skills to make the 100 guests an amazing meal designed and coordinated by Chef Nolan Narut, Executive Chef of The Windsor:
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