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Jay Jordan of The Jordan Company


In this three-part video series Jay Jordan, chairman and founding partner of The Jordan Company, shares with Don Lipari, RSM's national private equity leader, insights on why he favors a generalist approach and where he sees the private equity industry headed as well as a candid conversation about his personal history.

Technology Future for U.S. Manufacturing Bottleneck        

Jay Jordan and Don Lipari discuss how technology is transforming U.S. manufacturing as well as the workforce needed to support this change.

An Investor’s Lifetime Commitment to Notre Dame

As one of the most successful investors in the private equity market, Jay Jordan has so far given $150 million to his alma mater, Notre Dame, and currently serves as a university trustee. In this interview with Don Liapari, Jordan discusses his passion for Notre Dame, and explains why you “know what you get” when you hire a Notre Dame alum.

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