George D. F. Lamborn
George Lamborn, the scion of a sugar merchant family, was one of the pioneers in building the physical commodities business within a leading Wall Street investment bank. Lamborn worked for years in the softs business, then joined forces with Sandy Weill to help Shearson become one of the largest firms in the futures business. In addition, he served as Futures Industry Association chairman in 1977 and 1978 and successfully engineered the FIA’s move from New York to Washington, D.C.
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