- G. Mark Hamby
Title: president of Capitol Securities Management Inc.
Born: Dec. 20, 1964
Education: Patrick Henry High School, 1983; Randolph-Macon College, Bachelor of Arts in political science, 1987
Experience: Wheat First Butcher Singer, corporate finance, 1987-1988; NationsBank, Trust and Investment Department, 1988-1992; Wheat First in purchase and sales, the trading desk for client-placed trades, internal audit, supervision of branch managers, 1992-1999; Anderson & Strudwick, compliance director, head of administration, president, 1999-2006,; Capitol Securities Management, 2006-present
Affiliations: Randolph-Macon College board of associates; Randolph-Macon College President’s Society Executive Committee; active in Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity; member of the Richmond chapter and state council of Ducks Unlimited, a trade organization to promote water fowl and land conservation; baseball coach for Glen Allen Youth Association; football coach for Kanawha Youth Football
Family: wife, Jessica; sons, Jake, 15, and Cooper, 12; daughter, Charlotte, 3
Pastime: hunting, fishing, jogging
- Local brokers
Here are some Richmond-area brokerages that have been acquired by out-of-town firms:
Craigie Inc.: acquired in 1997 by BB&T of Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wheat First Butcher Singer: acquired in 1998 by First Union Corp. of Charlotte, N.C.
Scott & Stringfellow: acquired in 1999 by BB&T Corp. (kept name)
Branch, Cabell & Co. Inc.: acquired in 2000 by Tucker Anthony Sutro of Boston; purchased by Royal Bank of Canada in 2001
First Union Securities: became Wachovia Securities in 2002 as a result of 2001 First Union and Wachovia Corp. merger
Wachovia Securities: left Richmond in 2008 for St. Louis after the 2007 merger with A.G. Edwards
Anderson & Strudwick: acquired in 2011 by Birmingham, Ala.-based Sterne Agee
Posted: Monday, April 22, 2013 12:00 am
Updated: 2:57 pm, Tue Jul 22, 2014.
An independent investment brokerage put roots in the Richmond area during the recession and since then has more than tripled in size and emerged as a top regional player.
Capitol Securities Management Inc. continues to add offices and people. The western Henrico County-based firm is not formal or buttoned-up, as one would expect at a downtown brokerage.
Monday, April 22, 2013 12:00 am.
Updated: 2:57 pm.