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Brown Brothers Harriman is an American investment bank and securities firm, the oldest and largest private bank in the United States. Brown Brothers Harriman is a privately-held financial institution that has been a thought leader and solutions provider for almost 200 years. They serve the most sophisticated individuals and institutions with expertise in Corporate Banking, Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory, Investment Management, Wealth Management, and Investor Services. The bank is big enough to serve you and small enough to reach the right people. They have the purpose to help clients meet their goals. Their goal is to achieve excellence in what they do as individuals and as a firm. They will succeed if they are committed to an open environment that prizes diversity of opinion and encourages every one of them to independent thought and objectivity. They are stronger as a whole than as individuals, and they will succeed if we are collaborative, contributing members of the same team.
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HQ Address: 140 Broadway, 10005, New York, NY, USA
Opening Times: N/A
Phone: 1 (800) 285-5093; (212) 483-1818
Fax: N/A
Web: Brown Brothers Harriman
E-mail: contactus@bbh.com
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Branches: 8 Founded: 1818
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Brown Brothers Harriman was founded in Philadelphia in 1818 by the four sons of Alexander Brown.In 1825, the firm established a presence on Wall Street, which was rapidly emerging as the commerce capital of the United States.In 1931, Brown Brothers & Co. merged with both Harriman Brothers & Co. and W. A. Harriman & Co. to form Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. Following the merger, the firm was guided in its early years by, among others, Prescott S. Bush, the father of U.S. . The firm itself has provided financial counsel to the government over the past 190 years.
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