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Meet the Team

What started out as three Chicago investment managers with a desire to provide a more personalized level of service has grown into a full team of experienced finance professionals.

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Carol M. Lippman, CFA

Carol M. Lippman, CFA

Managing Director

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Michael B. Andelman

Michael B. Andelman

Managing Director

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Richard R. Seitz

Richard R. Seitz

Managing Director

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George P. Jameson, Founder

George P. Jameson, Founder

Founding Managing Director

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John V. Celentani, CFP<sup>®</sup>, CPWA<sup>®</sup>

John V. Celentani, CFP®, CPWA®

Director

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Advisor Resources

Rising Dividend Brochure

Our Rising Dividend brochure contains the benefits of owning a portfolio of companies that consistently increase dividends over time.

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Fact Sheet
Core Rising Dividend SMA Fact Sheet

The Dearborn Partners Core Rising Dividend separately managed account portfolio invests in companies diversified across numerous sectors, which offer the potential for a yield greater than that offered by the S&P 500, plus the potential for at least mid to high single digit annual dividend growth. Our objective is to identify companies that are likely to raise their dividends with regularity over time.

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High & Rising Dividend SMA Fact Sheet

The Dearborn Partners High & Rising Dividend separately managed account portfolio invests in companies diversified across numerous sectors, which offer the potential for a yield greater than that offered by the S&P 500, plus the potential for mid single digit annual dividend growth. Our objective is to identify companies that are likely to raise their dividends with regularity over time. The combination of a current yield greater than the S&P 500 plus the potential for dividend increases offers.

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Quarterly Commentary
Quarterly Commentary

In our First Quarter 2017 Commentary, we discussed how a few stocks were responsible for a considerable portion of the broad market’s return. That theme continued in the second quarter. As Ned Davis Research shows in its graph titled “The S&P 500 and the ‘Sexy Six,’” from March first through June 30, 2017, six stocks were primarily responsible for the +1.1% gain in the S&P 500 benchmark.

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