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and Company, Inc., incorporated in 1923, is the largest subsidiary of Financial Corporation and is a member of Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). The parent company has several subsidiaries.
Financial Corporation was formed as a holding company in 1983 and listed on the New York Stock Exchange, (NYSE: SF), when it was offered publicly. Its predecessor company was founded in 1890 as the Altheimer and Rawlings Investment Company and is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. It offers securities-related financial services in the United States and Europe through its wholly owned subsidiaries, and Company, Incorporated ( , the subject of this article), a retail and institutional brokerage and investment banking firm; Century Securities Associates, Inc. (CSA), an independent contractor broker-dealer firm; Limited ( Ltd), the Company’s international subsidiary, and Bank and Trust, a retail and commercial bank. These subsidiaries provide brokerage, , investment banking, investment advisory, and related financial services. Customers include individuals, corporations, institutions, and municipalities.
The parent company has five segments: Private Client Group, Equity Capital Markets, Fixed Income Capital Markets, andBank, among others. Private Client Group provides securities brokerage services, including the sale of equities, mutual funds, fixed income products, and insurance to its private clients. Equity Capital Markets includes operations such as corporate finance management and participation in underwritings, mergers and acquisitions, institutional sales, , research, and market making. The activities of Fixed Income Capital Markets include public finance, institutional sales, and competitive underwriting, and . Through Bank and Trust, the company offers retail and commercial banking services to private and corporate clients.