Robins Kaplan Executives Recognized by Twin Cities Business

April 12, 2021

Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that Chief Financial Officer Thomas Schwartz and Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer Daniel Owen have been recognized in Twin Cities Business’ 2021 list of notable leaders.

As chief financial officer, Tom Schwartz is responsible for overseeing Robins Kaplan’s financial analysis, reporting, and performance to ensure the firm meets its business objectives. Twin Cities Business named Schwartz a “Notable Leader in Finance” in large part for his quick work in adapting Robins Kaplan’s finance and accounting systems to a remote-work model when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of the firm’s offices. Schwartz's profile in Twin Cities Business can be viewed here.

As chief strategy and marketing officer, Dan Owen guides Robins Kaplan’s strategic plans, oversees the firm’s marketing and business development teams, and supports and reinforces the unique brand that defines the firm. Twin Cities Business named Owen a “Notable Executive in Marketing” for his work on the firm’s onboarding process and partner plans and for the significant thought leadership and client outreach that his marketing department facilitated in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Owen's profile in Twin Cities Business can be viewed here.

Thomas J. Schwartz

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer

Daniel R. Owen

Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer

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