NEW YORK – Drexel Hamilton, LLC,  a full-service institutional broker-dealer, was presented with the National Minority Business Council’s (NMBC) Outstanding Veteran-Owned Business Award at the council’s 34th Annual Awards Luncheon on February 27 in Manhattan.

Drexel Hamilton is a certified Service Disabled Veteran-Owned and Managed Enterprise founded in 2007 by decorated veteran Lawrence Doll on the principle of offering meaningful employment opportunities to military and service-disabled veterans seeking a career in the Institutional Financial Services industry.  The firm is committed to maintaining a concentration of veteran and disabled veteran employees as it continues to professionally support the training and hiring of disabled veterans.

“We are honored to be recognized by the NMBC, which is a true ally in the effort to expand the opportunities available  for military veterans —  especially those with service-related disabilities — to build meaningful careers and attain the American Dream,” said Drexel Hamilton President James Cahill. “Our firm’s success is derived from the capabilities and focus of our team of Wall Street and military veterans, who work shoulder-to-shoulder to help our clients achieve their goals.”

Over the past 2.5 years, Drexel Hamilton has co-managed over $160 billion in corporate debt for Fortune 500 companies.

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