he Philadelphia Business Journal has named Dan Boyle a 2017 Veteran of Influence. Boyle, Co-President of Drexel Hamilton, a service-disabled veteran-owned broker-dealer, was honored as one of the distinguished veterans, influential in the Greater Philadelphia business community during a ceremony on November 9, 2017.
In honor of Veterans Day, Drexel Hamilton hosted its Annual West Point Tailgate on November 11, 2017.
Drexel Hamilton’s Arion Williams, United States Air Force Veteran and Director of Capital Markets, joins Craig Simmons, Director of Capital Markets, in ringing the Nasdaq Closing Bell in honor of Veterans Day.
John Martinko, U.S. Army veteran and Drexel Hamilton co-president, discusses what his Wall Street firm is doing to help returning veterans.
Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton managing director, breaks down his outlook on Disney shares as Bob Iger lays out a plan to take on Netflix in the over-the-top streaming market.
John Martinko, Drexel Hamilton co-president, discusses the hiring of military veterans on Wall Street. He speaks to Vonnie Quinn on “Bloomberg Markets.”
Barry Sine, director of research at Drexel Hamilton, said he expects executives will work through DoJ issues to try and complete the proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger.
Drexel Hamilton, a service-disabled veteran-owned broker-dealer, announced today the retirement of President and CEO, James Cahill. Anthony Felice, Daniel Boyle, and John Martinko, all service-disabled Veterans and employees of the firm, will assume day to day leadership of the firm.