Senior Lecturer Andrew M. Rosenfield, '78, Appointed President of Guggenheim Partners

Guggenheim Appoints Andrew M. Rosenfield as President and Gerald Donini as Chief Operating Officer and Announces the Hiring of Robert Khuzami as a Managing Partner and Chief Legal Officer

Guggenheim Partners, the global financial services firm, today announces the appointment of Andrew M. Rosenfield, a Guggenheim Managing Partner, as President of Guggenheim Partners. It also announces that Gerald Donini, Co-CEO of Guggenheim Securities, has taken on the additional role of Chief Operating Officer of Guggenheim Partners.


Andrew M. Rosenfield joined Guggenheim in 2004 as Managing Partner.   He has served in many senior roles in both the holding company and managing many business units.  Mr. Rosenfield, an economist and lawyer, has been a serial entrepreneur and business leader. He was educated at Kenyon College, Harvard University, The University of Chicago and The University of Chicago Law School (from which he graduated, in 1978, with honors and was elected to the Order of the Coif).  In 1977, while still a student at The University of Chicago, he co-founded Lexecon Inc., which he then led, as its chief executive, for more than 20 years, through to its sale in 2000.  He is also a Professor at The University of Chicago Law School where he has taught since 1986.

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