|More Hires to ECM and Private Client Group|
On the ECM side, joining in Memphis are Senior Vice Presidents Tim Ballard, Brett Chiles, and Haywood Henderson. “We continue to focus on the development of our Equity Capital Markets business and are extremely pleased to have attracted these seasoned professionals,” said Gary Wunderlich. Wunderlich Securities has experienced extraordinary growth over the past two years, particularly in Equity Capital Markets. With these hires, the ECM division, founded in late 2008, today has 17 senior analysts covering approximately 210 companies in five industry verticals. The ECM sales force has grown to 23 senior salespersons, 9 traders/sales traders, and 18 senior investment bankers. “We believe these new additions will be immediately additive to our effort,” added Gary Wunderlich.
Jane Brokaw Lutz joined the Dallas, TX office, which opened in 2011, as a Senior Vice President. Prior to Wunderlich, she was a financial advisor with Morgan Keegan for 17 years. She advises on the management of portfolios of high net worth individuals and their families. Ms. Lutz is a graduate of Iowa State University.
Tim Ballard has nearly 16 years of experience in Institutional Equity Sales. Most recently, Tim served as a Managing Director at Morgan Keegan focusing on institutional client relationships in the upper midwest. He previously worked in a similar capacity for both J.C. Bradford in Nashville and Goldman Sachs in Chicago. Tim received his B.A. from Rhodes College. Brett Chiles has over 13 years of equity capital markets experience. Most recently, he was a Managing Director at Morgan Keegan where he was responsible for coverage of accounts in the New York area. Prior to that, he was a member of the firm's Equity Strategy Group and a participant on Morgan Keegan's Focus List Haywood Henderson is a 25 year veteran of the securities industry. He spent his entire career with Morgan Keegan in Institutional Equity Sales focusing on international markets. He holds a B.E. from Vanderbilt University and a D.D.S. from the University of Tennessee
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