Doug Pertz of Brinks had the biggest haul with $13.9 million in compensation, up 65 percent from 2019. Altria’s Billy Gifford was No. 2 with $12.23 million.
The deal, valued at $303 million, will add Essex’s $1.7 billion in total assets and 24 branches to United’s $27 billion and current network of 223 branches.
Despite the shuffling in rankings, the region landed its usual seven companies on the coveted annual list of companies with the most annual revenue.
The bank, as part of combining with BB&T as Truist Bank, will vacate its 250,000-square-foot suburban campus at 11011 and 11013 W. Broad St.
The decision came much to the chagrin of UnitedLex, a legal services firm that is owed $8 million from LCR and is in the midst of litigation with its trustee.
Monday’s re-opening ceremony treated the crowd to a near hole-in-one on one of the inaugural tees shots and a chip-in moments later — all while Davis Love III looked on.
The trustee also has asked to seal certain records from public view, particularly those related to former LeClairRyan general counsel Bruce Matson.
The former CEO of Chesterfield-based mortgage company Live Well Financial was found guilty of a massive bond pricing scam.
The Schwab office at 11657 W. Broad St. closed and moved in with TD at 11108 W. Broad St. The building, which now wears Schwab signage, has employees of both brands onsite.
Thompson, Siegel & Walmsley, with $23.6 billion in assets under management, will be 100 percent owned by Australia’s Pendal Group when the deal closes.