Legendary investment banker Richard Jenrette left these 24 rules for success

Bloomberg/Katia Porzecanski/5-1-2018

“Richard Jenrette, who co-founded the investment bank Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in 1959, spent four decades on Wall Street. When he died last week from complications of cancer at the age of 89, he left behind on his desk 24 rules to succeed — in finance, and in life. The list, titled ‘What I Learned,’ was shared Sunday at an intimate memorial service for family and local friends in Charleston, South Carolina. Here’s what it said . . . “

MK note:  Words of wisdom from the man the Financial Times called the last gentleman of Wall Street. . . . .

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