Kirk Rascher Joins Rothschild Investment Corporation

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Rothschild Investment Corporation, celebrating its 100th year as an independent investment management company, today announced that Kirk Rascher, CFP, has joined the firm as Vice President. Rascher brings 22 years of investment experience, particularly in managing large-cap equity and both taxable and tax-exempt fixed income portfolios for individuals, corporations, organizations and pensions.

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We are excited to have an investment professional like Kirk join Rothschild Investment Corporation

Previously, Rascher spent 11 years as head of the Trust and Asset Management Department of Midwest Bank and Trust Company and its corporate predecessor, Royal American Bank. Since founding the department in 1998, Rascher grew assets under management to approximately $300 million. Under his leadership, Rascher's department specialized in helping institutional investors, business owners and other high net worth clients identify and implement financial strategies to meet their investment, asset preservation, tax reduction and wealth transfer needs.

"We are excited to have an investment professional like Kirk join Rothschild Investment Corporation," said Richard Karger, CEO. "Like Rothschild, Kirk has an excellent track record serving the investment needs of entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals. He is very respected among his peers, and we are glad to have him at Rothschild."

Prior, Rascher started and managed the trust department of Suburban Bank and Trust, managed the trust department of Citizens Bank of Kentucky, and served in the trust and investment departments of Worth Bank & Trust and the Moody Bible Institute.

Rascher is a Chartered Financial Analyst, a Certified Financial Planner, a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor and is a member of both the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of Chicago.

About Rothschild Investment Corporation

Since 1908, Rothschild Investment Corporation has provided investment services to generations of Chicago's entrepreneurs, professionals, families, retirement plans, endowments and foundations. Independent for each of its 100 years, Rothschild tailors investment solutions to the unique needs of each client, avoiding conflicts of interest associated with proprietary products, securities inventorying, market-making and investment banking relationships. Rothschild has approximately $2 billion under management and supervision.

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