Steven Thornburg

Steven Thornburg

Steven Thornburg has over twenty-two years of experience leading teams within banking. His areas of expertise include customer experience management and system efficiencies.

She highlighted his plea agreement’s reduction of conviction, his low risk assessment using PSI evaluation, and limited prior criminal history when making her sentencing recommendation.

Early Life and Education

Thornburg is a chemistry major at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with extensive experience conducting advanced research projects for some of the largest corporations around. Furthermore, his passion lies with traveling and meeting new people.

He is an accommodating professor, often providing extensions on online homework. However, lectures may not always be clear; in order to obtain an A grade in this class you will need to read his textbook thoroughly.

At his probation interview, he admitted knowledge of the facts alleged in the affidavit and agreed to plead guilty. He scored low on Level of Service/Case Management Inventory with minimal prior criminal history, leading to him receiving 15-20 years imprisonment as his sentence.

Professional Career

Steven Thornburg is an immensely gifted, self-taught artist who has been creating since childhood. Starting off by drawing buildings and spaceships before moving onto welding and metal forming techniques. Through his love of creativity he has sought out new methods and explored alternative materials – even using recycled scrap metal guitars!

He has extensive experience representing clients in a range of business and insurance matters, such as coverage disputes, directors and officers liability claims, intellectual property litigation and broker malpractice suits. Additionally, he has taken on significant electronic discovery projects in multidistrict intellectual property litigation as well as advised them on regulatory issues, employment matters and commercial real estate transactions.

Thornburg joined Barnes & Thornburg after an accomplished 30-year military career and now acts as COO, overseeing more than 225 partners. Since joining, he has become immersed in law firm culture while learning the ins-and-outs of managing an Am Law 100 firm with budgets, compensation schedules and other administrative needs.

Achievement and Honors

The probation officer conducting the PSI noted that Thornburg was in the “Contemplation Stage of Change,” having admitted some aspects of his crimes and comprehending their ramifications. She noted that Thornburg’s offense — involving an elderly woman who could not give consent — wasn’t as extreme compared to others she has reviewed.

The Thornburg/DeChant Endowed Scholarship was established to assist career-minded students. Each year, this annual award is open to full-time students who submit an essay detailing their professional goals; with preference given to programs like practical nursing, associate degree nursing, computer-integrated machining or welding technology. Students must demonstrate financial need before being considered eligible for this scholarship award.

Personal Life

Steven Thornburg lives on Haynes Dr in Maiden, North Carolina and is known for creating intricate guitars from recycled scraps he finds lying around his home. Each work of his is intricate and one-of-a-kind.

He graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with both a BS and MBA and now serves as Lead Portfolio Manager of AllianzGI Small-Cap Growth Team as well as providing assistance for risk targeted and core large-cap equity strategies.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode depicted Keir Dullea as Judge Thornburg who secretly raped his stepdaughter and fathered her child to prevent her from coming forward with accusations against him of abuse, then used his position as judge to conceal it all from view. After appealing his conviction on grounds that trial counsel had been inadequate and an excessive sentence had been handed out by court officials.

Net Worth

Steven Klopukh joined Thornburg in 2020 and now oversees their small and mid-cap investment growth strategies, reporting directly to co-heads of investments Ben Kirby and Jeff Klingelhofer. Prior to Thornburg, Steven served as director and portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors where he led their top performing U.S. Small-Cap Growth Fund as lead portfolio manager; having over two decades of investment industry experience.

His expertise lies in providing equity investment advice for high net worth individuals and institutional clients, working closely with them to establish an Investment Policy Statement and Asset Allocation Guidelines and work towards their adherence as needed. He serves on both the Investment Committee and Asset Allocation Sub-Committee within his firm, while being a CFA charterholder himself. An investment may experience value fluctuations depending on market or economic conditions or changes within an issuer, leading to its value reducing over time.

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