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Quattrone elevated to exclusive club. Following his sentencing to 15 to 21 months jail time (which he will be appealing) Frank Quattrone has joined Michael Milken, Ivan Boesky and Martha Stewart to the big stripey house country club for people that are too greedy.

When Frank isn’t working on a chain gang he could put some of that time to good use reading articles from the 2004 Goizeuta Directors Conference on corporate governance. Details are here.

Who the heck is Frank Quattrone anyway?

Frank’s bio from the Stanford Business School advisory board (of which he is or maybe was a member)

Frank Quattrone is former managing director and head of CSFB Technology Group. He was a member of the executive board of CSFB and a member of the investment banking global leadership committee. Mr. Quattrone has 22 years of investment banking experience, including 17 years at Morgan Stanley, where he was managing director and head of the firm’s Global Technology Investment Banking Group, which he helped build from its early days in 1981. Prior to joining CSFB, Mr. Quattrone was a managing director at Deutsche Bank, where he was founder and CEO of DMG Technology Group.

Mr. Quattrone has advised on hundreds of IPOs, common stock and convertible offerings, and merger and acquisition transactions for technology companies including 3Com, Adobe, Agilent, Amazon.com, America Online, Apple, Applied Materials, Ascend, Broadcom, Cisco, Corvis, Cypress, E*Trade, Handspring, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Instinet, Intel, Intuit, KLA/Tencor, Linear Technology, Lucent Technologies, Lycos, National Semiconductor, Netscape, Nortel, Oracle, Pacific Century Cyberworks, Phone.com, Quantum, STMicroelectronics, Siemens, Synopsys, Synoptics, Verisign, Veritas, Wind River, Xilinx, and Zhone.

Mr. Quattrone serves on the boards of directors of 4Charity.com, Packet Design, The Tech Museum of Innovation, and Tech Network, and he serves on the board of Castilleja School. He received his BS degree summa cum laude from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar.