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Employee Bio's

 Jeff Witkus CEO, CAO, Chairman of the Board a.k.a. Master of Accounting Luca

Jeff Witkus is Phi Asset Managers founding CEO, CAO & continues to share responsibilities with Mr. Irsik for Phi Asset Managers day-to-day operations. Additionally, Mr. Witkus serves as Chairman of the Board and provides his expertise on accounting matters. In 2003 Mr. Witkus earned his B.B.A., with the distinguished honors of magna cum laude from Loyola University of Chicago. Before the foundation of Phi Asset Managers, Mr. Witkus worked in real estate property accounting as a senior property accountant at Equity Office Properties.

 

 

 

Stephen Irsik CFO, CTO, Treasury Director a.k.a. Master of the Universe Alfy

Stephen Irsik is Phi Asset Managers founding CFO, CTO & continues to share responsibilities with Mr. Witkus for Phi Asset Managers day-to-day operations. Additionally, Mr. Irsik serves as Treasury Director and provides his expertise on financial matters. Together, Mr. Irsik & Mr. Witkus, founded Phi Asset Managers c. Friday the 13th, April 2007. In 2009 Mr. Irsik earned his B.B.A. degree from Loyola University of Chicago. Mr. Irsik led the development of Phi Asset Managers proprietary technology & is the creater of AlTM

 

Sirsik@phiassetmanagers.onmicrosoft.com 


 



Ad maiorem Dei gloriam or ad majorem Dei gloriam- Known by the abbreviation AMDG, is the motto of the Society of Jesus, commonly referred to as "the Jesuits". In Latin, the motto means "For the greater glory of God" and is believed to have been coined by the founder of the religious order, Saint Ignatius of Loyola, as a cornerstone of the society's philosophy.

 

This phrase is the motto of many Jesuit educational institutions, including eight of the twenty-eight members of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, and many high schools worldwide. In Georgetown University's Gaston Hall, the phrase is followed by "inque hominum salutem", making the full phrase state "for the greater glory of God and the salvation of humanity".

 

Many Jesuit schools and universities ask students to write the initialism at the tops of their papers, to remind them that even their schoolwork is "For the Greater Glory of God".