Capitol Securities, a local brokerage and investment firm headquartered in Glen Allen, has become a landing pad for refugees of Richmond financial firms in flux.
An Alabama brokerage closed Monday on its purchase of one of the last Richmond-based brokerage houses.
ne of Richmond’s last remaining independent brokerage firms will be independent no more.
Anderson Strudwick’s San Francisco and New York offices had only been open for about a year.
Matthew Whitaker doesn’t dispute the terms of his firing, but he has an issue with what happened later.
Two local financial advisors have struck out on their own – sort of.
The CEO of one of Richmond’s last independent brokerages has stepped down, but not before adding more than 10 offices and changing some of the personnel at the Richmond headquarters over the course of one year.
The president of an active real estate development firm takes a leave of absence. Plus new hires in finance, sports and architecture.
A thick herd this week, with hires in investment banking and advertising and at a New Kent winery.
A fat Herd this week with two departures – an executive at a local insurance firm and a lobbyist at the Chamber – and hires in law, investment banking and commercial real estate. Plus a Marine who enlisted on Sept. 12, 2001, is the new headmaster at a private school.