Frederick Lane
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Mr. Lane is Chairman, CEO and a Founding Partner of Lane, Berry & Co. International. Previously, Mr. Lane was a Managing Director of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, as well as of Credit Suisse First Boston upon CSFB's acquisition of DLJ in 2000. When Mr. Lane joined DLJ in 1976, he was one of only eight investment bankers at the Firm. He was instrumental in the growth of DLJ's investment banking business as reflected in his installation to DLJ's Hall of Fame.

The founder of DLJ's first regional investment banking office in Boston in 1980, Mr. Lane spent more than half of his career in New York, where he served on the Firm's Equity Underwriting, Banking Review and Fairness and Valuation Committees. From 1989 to 1995, Mr. Lane was Co-Head of DLJ's Mergers and Acquisitions Department.

An active private equity investor, Mr. Lane was a Founding Investor of Staples, Inc. and has invested successfully in numerous other private companies, including Seven-Up; VMX; Bitpipe; Online Resources; and MediaVast.


flag Financial Markets: Outlook 2007
as author at  MIT World Series: Enterprise Forum,
together with: Liz Claman (moderator), Deborah Foye Kuenstner, Axel Bichara, Benjamin Howe,