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Swiss Bank Corporation - History - Merger With Union Bank of Switzerland
... had built a global investment banking business, Warburg Dillon Read through its acquisitions of Dillon Read in New York and S.G ... in the higher margin advisory businesses where Warburg Dillon Read was considered to be the more established platform ...
William Henry Draper, Jr. - Life and Career
... (1919–1921), Bankers Trust Company (1923–1927), and then Dillon, Read Co ... In 1937, he was made a vice president of Dillon Read, an investment bank that had promoted the bonds of the Soviet Union after its recognition by the US Government in 1933 ... Dillon Read also underwrote millions of dollars worth of German industrial bonds in the United States during the 1920s and 1930s ...
Gideon Gartner - Soundview Technologies
... Gartner Group via a new partnership with Dillon, Read Co ... which distributed its reports and personal services to Dillon, Read Co ... Gartner Group severed the Dillon Read relationship and became an independent broker-dealer in 1984, named Gartner Securities Corp ...
UBS - History - Swiss Bank Corporation - Post-war Years (1945–1998)
... in 1997, SBC paid US$600 million to acquire Dillon, Read Co ... Dillon, Read, which traced its roots to the 1830s was among the powerhouse firms on Wall Street in the 1920s and 1930s and by the 1990s had a particularly strong mergers and acquisitions advisory ... Dillon Read had been in negotiations to sell itself to ING, which owned 25% of the firm already, but Dillon Read partners balked at ING's integration plans ...
Union Bank Of Switzerland - History - Merger With Swiss Bank Corporation
... Bank Corporation had built a global investment banking business, Warburg Dillon Read through its acquisitions of Dillon Read in New York and S.G ... in the higher margin advisory businesses where Warburg Dillon Read was considered to be the more established platform ...

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