Speaker's Biography:

Richard Ditizio
Executive Vice President, Milken Institute

Richard Ditizio is executive vice president of the Milken Institute, where he is responsible for various departments including program development, the Milken Institute Asia Center, accounting, finance and human resources. He joined the Institute after a 25-year career in banking, most recently serving as CEO of Citi Private Bank, a 1,100-employee unit of Citi. Prior to that, Ditizio ran the North American UHNW practice for the bank, leading 24 offices across the U.S. and Canada. In these roles, he counseled clients on issues such as business succession, philanthropy and the challenges of raising children amid great affluence. His work with UHNW families has been widely profiled in media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Lifestyles, CNBC and Reuters; he has been the featured speaker at engagements for the Jewish Funders Network, Tiger 21 and others. A recipient of the NSFRE Corporate Executive award, Ditizio has been involved with numerous nonprofit boards and charitable organizations throughout his career.
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