U.S. Ski & Snowboard closed on an official partnership with Stifel Financial, a wealth management and investment banking company. Under terms of the agreement, Stifel will become the title sponsor of the Stifel U.S. Alpine Team.
Stifel Financial and Korea Investment & Securities, a subsidiary of Korea Investment Holdings, formed a substantial leveraged lending joint venture, SF Credit Partners.
Stifel Financial rehired Jonathan Knepper and Edward (E.J.) Osswalt as managing directors in the firm’s fixed income capital markets group.
Daybreak Financial Group joined Stifel Financial’s broker-dealer subsidiary, Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, in New York City. Consisting of financial advisors Raymond and Dominick Minicucci, the team comes to Stifel from UBS, where they were responsible for $407 million in client assets.
According to a survey of corporate executives, business owners and private equity investors from Stifel Financial, inflation and the tight U.S. labor market represent the two biggest perceived threats to business today.
Stifel Financial hired Ruben Roy as a managing director and equity research analyst covering the applied technology sector. Roy brings more than 20 years of sell-side experience to Stifel, most recently with WestPark Capital, where he was a founding partner of the firm’s institutional business.
Stifel Financial completed its acquisition of ACXIT Capital Partners, an independent corporate finance and financial advisory firm serving European middle-market clients and entrepreneurs.
Stifel hired Michael Gonzales as a managing director in the firm’s fixed income capital markets group. In this role, Gonzales will lead Stifel’s efforts to expand its front-end credit sales, focusing on a broad spectrum of fixed income products.
Stifel Financial hired Ed Ribaudo as a managing director and head of leveraged finance capital markets. In this new role, Ribaudo will be responsible for leading the firm’s leveraged finance capital markets and syndicate functions and be based in Stifel’s New York City office.
Stifel Financial hired Charlie Smith as managing director in the firm’s venture and fund banking group. Based in California, Smith will be responsible for West Coast fund banking to venture capital and private equity funds.