Wunderlich Securities

Wunderlich Securities is a full-service securities firm based in Memphis, TN engaged in providing investment advice to individuals, corporations and institutional investors. Founded in 1996, the firm practices 5 major business lines: financial advisory, investment banking, equity research and trading, and fixed income brokerage. The firm has 30 offices in the United States. Wunderlich has more than 500 associated professionals.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
B. Riley Financial
HQ
Memphis, US
Founded
1996
Wunderlich Securities was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Memphis, US

Key People at Wunderlich Securities

Gary Wunderlich

Gary Wunderlich

CEO
Philip Zanone

Philip Zanone

President

Wunderlich Securities Office Locations

Wunderlich Securities has an office in Memphis
Memphis, US (HQ)
6000 Poplar Ave.

Wunderlich Securities Data and Metrics

Wunderlich Securities Summary

Founding Date

1996

Total Funding

$40 m

Investors

Wunderlich Securities is a subsidiary of B. Riley Financial

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Americans are abandoning a longtime status symbol — and it's killing Macy's and Nordstrom

American department stores are in trouble. Both Macy's and Nordstrom reported sales declines in their most recent quarters. Many analysts expect more bad news when the companies report earnings this month.  But one category that has been suffering amid department stores' str…
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