April 8, 2010
Wells Fargo Advisors President to Speak at Webster University
Danny Ludeman, president and CEO, Wells Fargo Advisors, will visit Webster University to participate in the School of Business and Technology's "Success to Significance Speaker Series." Ludeman's presentation is titled "Learning From Change: Focus on the Future."
WHEN: Friday, April 9, 8 a.m.
Webster University's University Center, Sunnen Lounge (first floor)
175 Edgar Rd.Free parking is available in Webster's Garden Park Garage at 554 Garden Ave.
BACKGROUND: He has been called the James Brown of the securities industry - the hardest-working man in show business. Danny Ludeman lived up to that reputation when he arrived in St. Louis in 2007 to lead his company through the merger with A.G. Edwards. Since then, he has successfully completed the merger and integrated Wells Fargo Advisors into the St. Louis community. Today, as President and CEO of Wells Fargo Advisors, Danny Ludeman provides executive leadership to one of the nation's largest full-service brokerage firms, including approximately 16,000 financial advisors serving clients in all 50 states.
In his talk at Webster, Ludeman will share the insights he gained through the process of merging two large institutions, valuable lessons for anyone involved in negotiating change in their organization.
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