About Peter Janssen
Mr. Janssen has over 30 years of Investment Banking experience. Prior to founding Janssen Partners, Inc., Peter co-founded Janssen/Meyers Associates L.P. in September of 1994. There he successfully raised capital for a number of emerging growth companies. Starting in 1987, he worked for D.H. Blair as a senior Vice President of Corporate Finance/Investments. Peter began his career at Shearson Lehman Brothers where he quickly became one of the firms’ top brokers. Peter graduated from the University of Southern Alabama in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.
Called “The Next Andrew Carnegie” by Success Magazine in 1992, Peter augments his career with a number of philanthropic activities. Recently, he created The Janssen Foundation, an organization that makes donations to established charities, especially those benefiting children. He is an advocate of peak performance training and practices a variety of success principles every day.
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The New York Times
“The Path of Andrew Carnegie Leads to the Neediest”
“Meet the Next Andrew Carnegie”
“New Kid on the Planet”
“If You Could Only Love One…” (Small-cap stocks)