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Roundtable Forum: Environmental Services

WILLIAM GENCO is a First Vice President with Merrill Lynch Global Securities. He is a past President of the Environmental Control Analysts of New York. Mr. Genco is a graduate of Fordham University and he received an MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business. JAIMI GOODFRIEND specializes in research and investment in environmental/ infrastructure systems and services for First Analysis Corporation. Prior to joining First Analysis in 1999, she was an Investment Banking Analyst specializing in consumer mergers and acquisitions at Montgomery Securities LLC in San Francisco. Ms. Goodfriend earned Bachelor's degrees with honors in Economics and Political Science from the University of Michigan. She is a candidate for an MBA at Northwestern University. Profile
JAIMI GOODFRIEND is a Research Analyst at First Analysis Securities Corporation, focusing on environmental and infrastructure services. She was previously associated with Montgomery Securities LLC where she worked in mergers and acquisitions. Ms. Goodfriend received a BA with honors in Economics and Political Science, both from the Honors College at the University of Michigan. She is currently an MBA candidate at Kellogg Graduate School of Management and is a level II candidate for the CFA designation. Ms. Goodfriend is single and in her leisure enjoys running, traveling, wine and tennis. Profile
ALAN PAVESE is a Vice President of Equity Research at Credit Suisse First Boston, covering the environmental services industry. He was previously associated with Goldman Sachs & Co., Morgan Stanley Dean Witter and General Electric Co. Mr. Pavese received a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Buffalo and an MBA from Columbia University Business School. He is single and in his leisure enjoys traveling and politics. Profile
TWST: What do you include in this sector, Jaimi?

Ms. Goodfriend: Today we're talking about the solid waste hauling

businesses as well as some other special-situation companies such as