Morgan Joseph TriArtisan-A Play for Expertise

Rozens, Aleksandrs
January 2011
High Yield Report;1/10/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p17
The article reports on the merger of Morgan Joseph and Tri-Artisan in 2011. It briefly describes the impact of the death of co-founder Frederick Joseph in late 2009 on the boutique banking company. The resulting merged company will reportedly be named Morgan Joseph TriArtisan Group. Background information on both companies is given.


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