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Alexandra Lebenthal To Receive 2013 Outstanding CEO Award

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Lebenthal Holdings, LLC announced today that Alexandra Lebenthal, the firm’s President and CEO, will be one of the two recipients of the Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™ 2013 Outstanding CEO Award.

Linkage works with leaders and leadership teams worldwide to build organizations that produce superior results. Its Women in Leadership Institute is a high-impact, immersive learning program designed to accelerate the succession and development of high-potential emerging women leaders through skills-based learning, peer connection, and focused on-going support.

The 2013 Outstanding CEO Award will recognize two exceptional leaders who have proven their deep commitment to advancing women leaders. The winners—
Ms. Lebenthal and George Borst, President and CEO of Toyota Financial Services—will be honored at the Women in Leadership Institute, which will take place November 11-14, 2013 in San Francisco.

“As the President and CEO of a woman-owned company, I am honored to receive this prestigious award alongside George Borst for the work we did with Toyota Financial Services, ” stated Ms. Lebenthal. “As I have built Lebenthal, I have strived to be a role model for other women in business. To be recognized by Linkage for my work is a testament to what I have done.”
A passionate supporter of women in business, Alexandra Lebenthal has been named one of New York’s most influential women by Crain’s New York Business, one of the top 50 Women in Wealth Management by Wealth Manager magazine, and in 2011 her firm was named one of Crain’s New York Top Women Owned Businesses and New York’s number one woman-owned financial services company. Ms. Lebenthal is also a member of The Committee of 200, a leading organization for female businesswomen.


About Lebenthal & Co., LLC

Originally founded in 1925, Lebenthal is a woman-owned boutique investment bank, specializing in debt and equity capital markets, asset management and wealth planning through its advisor affiliate. For additional information, visit


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