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john binnie is a successful businessman who is currently the Vice Chairman of Global Financial Institutions Group at Bank of America. He previously served as a partner at Moelis & Company and the head of the diversified financials group at Morgan Stanley.
He also worked as the co-head of Bank and Diversified Financial Services Group at Salomon Smith Barney.
Early Life and Education
John Binnie was born in Illinois on November 19, 1871. He was the youngest of 11 children.
As a child, he was a very talented musician and loved playing the violin. He also had a passion for reading and writing stories.
He attended school and was an excellent student. He was very active in his class and made many friends.
He later attended medical school in Edinburgh. He was awarded a degree in 1921. There are several certificates in the collection indicating that he studied various subjects at the university between 1916 and 1921, including lower extremity dissection. He was a good student and received many honors. Afterward, he emigrated to the United States. He was a successful doctor. He was also very influential in the surgical community.
After graduating from Harvard Business School, john binnie embarked on a successful career in finance. He was a vice chairman at Bank of America and also served as a partner at Moelis & Company, co-head of the Bank and Diversified Financials Group at Morgan Stanley, and a Co-Head of the Financial Institutions Group at Salomon Smith Barney.
Binnie’s professional achievements are many, but his gentle and warm personality stood out as the most prominent feature of his reputation. Several years ago, he ran for the United States Senate and was elected to serve in that position. During his campaign, he emphasized that his political views were based on the philosophy of Ronald Reagan. He also said that his goal was to help the United States become a strong nation by limiting its government.
Achievements and Honors
John Binnie is a highly respected and well-loved professional writer and theatre maker. He has won awards for his work and has a number of shows to his credit, including Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella, Rapunzel and Hansel and Gretel the Pantomime.
A Scotsman by birth, he immigrated to Kansas City in 1889 and joined the University of Kansas School of Medicine faculty as a professor of surgery in 1905. During his time there, he held both department chair and faculty posts.
His contributions were many, ranging from teaching acumen and technical ability to community and University service, scholarly renown and more. Binnie was one of eight early faculty members who were instrumental in the establishment and development of the School of Medicine.
Binnie is a prominent attorney and former Supreme Court judge. He has a diverse background and has written many judgments in the field of business law, including corporate, financial services and intellectual property laws.
He has also written judgments in criminal law, constitutional law and aboriginal rights. His work has been cited by other judges, and he has been recognized as an influential lawyer in his field.
He was appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada in 1998. He served in that position until 2007. In that year he participated in the Quebec Secession Reference (1998). He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has been honored with several awards for his professional accomplishments. He is also known for his dedication to his profession and his public service.
Binnie, the billionaire media mogul, has a net worth of $11.2 million. He purchased a trio of mill buildings in Manchester for that amount earlier this week.
He owns Carlisle Capital, an investor in real estate in New Hampshire and beyond, and Binnie Media Group, which operates 22 radio stations throughout New England.
As president of Carlisle, he also heads the company’s wealth management division and has been named a Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisor from 2020-2022.
He is a longtime NH resident and a major Republican donor, who contributed tens of thousands of dollars to the party during his 2010 Senate run against Hollis businessman Jim Bender, former state Board of Education chair Ovide Lamontagne and former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte. He has a significant personal fortune and would have no trouble raising outside funds for another campaign if he runs again.