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The Sir Allen Stanford Pediatric Fellowship Program Provides Close To CHF 1 Million to Support Kinderspital Zurich
Date:6/12/2008

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Stanford Financial Group is a privately held global network of independent, affiliated financial services companies led by Chairman Sir Allen Stanford. The first Stanford company was founded by his grandfather, Lodis B. Stanford in 1932. Stanford's core businesses are private wealth management and investment banking for institutions and emerging growth companies.

The Stanford Financial Group of companies provides private and institutional investors with global expertise in asset allocation strategies, investment advisory services, award-winning policy and equity research, international private banking and trust administration, commercial banking, investment banking, merchant banking, institutional sales and trading, real estate investment and insurance. Stanford has over $43 billion in assets under management or advisement. Stanford Financial has made it a priority to invest in the communities in which it operates across the globe through signature corporate philanthropy initiatives with nonprofit organizations such as St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and countless local and international charities that strengthen communities.

Securities products and services are offered in the United States by Stanford Group Company, member FINRA/SIPC. Stanford Financial Group is not a legal entity, but a registered trademark that encompasses the global network of independent, but affiliated, privately held and wholly owned entities. More information on the company can be found at http://www.stanfordfinancial.com

About the University Children's Hospital Zurich

The University Children's Hospital Zurich is the largest clinic in Switzerland specializing in pediatric surgery and caring for children and young people, and is one of the largest pediatric hospitals in Europe. Young patients are treated by doctors who are highly
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