September 22, 2014

Wealth Management

Investment Banking Firms in Florida (chart)

Listed alphabetically, with company, city and senior executive

| 4/15/2013
FLORIDA INVESTMENT BANKING FIRM CITY SENIOR EXECUTIVE
Allen C. Ewing & Co. Jacksonville Benjamin C. Bishop Jr.
Ategra Capital Management Lakeland Jonathan Holtaway
Branch Banking & Trust Jacksonville Scott Keith
Calton & Associates Tampa Dwayne Calton
Cassel Salpeter & Co. Miami James Cassel; Scott Salpeter
Centennial Bank Marathon Teresa Condas
Cross Keys Capital Fort Lauderdale William Britton; David Burns; Richard Becker; Roger Schoenfeld
Farlie Turner & Co. Fort Lauderdale Craig L. Farlie; Michael F. Turner
Florida Capital Partners Tampa Peter B. Franz; Felix J. Wong
Goldman Sachs & Co. Miami Gregory Ferrero
Grand Bank & Trust of Florida West Palm Beach J. Russell Greene
Heritage Capital Group Jacksonville C. Donald Wiggins
Hovde Financial West Palm Beach Steven D. Hovde
Hyde Park Capital Partners Tampa John M. McDonald III; John H. Hill Jr.
J.P. Morgan Private Bank Miami Alvaro Martinez-Fonts
Kendrick Pierce & Co. Tampa Russell L. Hunt
Ladenburg Thalmann & Co. Miami David Rosenberg; Peter H. Blum
Milestone Advisors Aventura Eugene S. Weil
Monroe Securities Tampa Paula Johannsen
Morgan Stanley & Co. Miami James P. Gorman
PCE Investment Bankers Winter Park David J. Jasmund; Michael W. Poole; Michael Rosendahl
Raymond James St. Petersburg Paul Reilly
Robert W. Baird & Co. Tampa Paul E. Purcell
Seacoast National Bank Stuart Dennis S. Hudson III
Skyway Capital Partners Tampa Scott N. Feuer
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Orlando William H. Rogers Jr.
Listed in alphabetical order. ©Copyright 2013 Trend Magazines Inc.

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