Posts Tagged ‘investment banking’

Serving the state’s quiet wealth

by Becky Gillette Published: January 18,2013

Tags: Chaffe & Associates, investment banking, New Orleans

The expansion of investment banking firm Chaffe & Associates from its base in New Orleans into Jackson in 2011 was a natural extension of its business that provides services in three main areas — valuations, merger and acquisitions and financial institutions. “The New Orleans and Jackson markets are similar in that they are populated with […] [...]

Daly named partner

Andrews Kurth, LLP, announced the election of Jon W. Daly in its Houston, Texas, office to the partnership. Daly’s principal area of practice is corporate and securities law with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions and the representation of issuers and investment banks in connection with public and private offerings of equity and debt securities. […] [...]

Pinnacle elevates Nelson

Pinnacle Trust has promoted Jeremy Nelson has been promoted to chief investment officer. Nelson received his B.S. in business administration with a minor in finance from Belhaven University, graduating magna cum laude. He is a graduate of the American Bankers’ Association National and Graduate Trust Schools, where Nelson earned his certified financial trust and advisor […] [...]

Louisiana firm opens new office in Capital City

by MBJ Staff Published: October 23,2011

Tags: advisor, banking and finance, Banks, consultant, expansion, financial institutions, investment banking

JACKSON — Chaffe & Associates Inc. of New Orleans has opened a full-service office in Jackson. Through this office, Chaffe will provide investment banking and advisory services to public and private businesses and community banks in Mississippi, including business valuation services for purposes such as estate planning, ESOPs and fair value accounting. John P. Hammond, […] [...]

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