Stuart S. Janney III
Stuart S. Janney III is an American heir, lawyer, financier and horseman.
He was a Partner at Maryland the law firm Niles, Barton & Wilmer. He served as legislative assistant to Charles Mathias (1922–2010), special assistant to the United States Secretary of State and foreign policy assistant to U.S. Senator Howard Baker (born 1925).
He served as Managing Director of Alex. Brown & Sons from 1986 to 1994, the first investment bank in the United States founded in 1800 in Baltimore, Maryland, and Brown Advisory. He has served on the Boards of Directors of Superior Essex, one of the largest wire and cable manufacturers worldwide, the Graphic Controls Corporation, a medical product company as well as King Ranch, Identity Group, Pride Manufacturing Company, LLC and Keystone Foods Holdings, The Rouse Company.