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Subject:Re: Following up on John Doerr's Introduction
Date:Thu, 11 Oct 2001 12:56:19 -0700 (PDT)

Sometimes I am not sure if Ken has had dialogue with any of these guys or is it a cold call. Unless Ken objects, I don't think that we want to waste anytime with guys. They all want "just a few minutes of your time" which adds up to a lot of minutes.

----- Original Message -----
From: Lay, Kenneth
To: beau@layfam.com
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2001 2:47 PM
Subject: FW: Following up on John Doerr's Introduction
Beau, do you want me to show this to Ken or do you want to check on it?
< -----Original Message-----
< From: "Art Shaw" <art@mycfo.com<@ENRON
< Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2001 2:42 PM
< To: Lay, Kenneth
< Subject: Following up on John Doerr's Introduction
< Ken,
< John mentioned that he contacted you recently to introduce my firm,
< myCFO.
< We'd welcome the opportunity to meet with you, discuss your wealth
< management needs, and present our unique approach and expertise. I
< think
< you'll find the time well spent.
< We provide unbiased, comprehensive wealth services to a limited number
< of
< high-net-worth individuals --- with outstanding client satisfaction as
< our
< key focus. Over 85% of our clients (whose wealth averages $80-100
< million)
< have already recommended us and Bloomberg recently rated us the
< largest and
< fastest growing independent wealth management firm in the U.S.
< We also have a Strategic Advisory Services group that helps clients
< review
< and implement best-in-class tax planning ideas for clients that have
< recently sold considerable wealth.
< Ken, would you be willing to meet with our team?
< Best regards,
< Art
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