Happy Birthday Irene Bergman [A 99-year-old financial advisor]

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Happy Birthday – Ring that NYSE Bell

[By staff reporters]

A 99-year-old financial advisor and holocaust survivor will be the oldest person to ring to the bell at the New York Stock Exchange in honor of her 100th birthday; today August. 2nd, 2015.

As a teen, Irene Bergman wanted to follow her private banker father to the Berlin stock exchange, but the Nazis chased them out of Europe in 1942. Now she is a financial advisor at Stralem & Co., overseeing institutional and individual clients, which she advises from her midtown apartment decorated with paintings from Dutch masters and pre-war European furniture.

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One Response

  1. Irene Bergman

    A fascinating human interest story; thanks for sharing.

    Emily

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