Since its inception, Paulson has been involved in investment banking, earning its distinction as a premier boutique investment bank in the small to mid-cap market. Paulson's recent expansion of its investment banking services is in response to market demands for experienced investment banks. This is following the dramatic shift in capital markets and financial institutions industry.

 

Since the mid-1990s nearly 50 regional investment banks—including Alex Brown, Montgomery Securities, Hambrecht & Quist and Robertson Stephens—have been acquired by major financial institutions. Such industry consolidation has pressured a new breed of bulge-bracket investment banks to compete for large market-capitalization clients. This has greatly reduced Wall Street’s focus on the middle market. Through the consolidation of the market, Paulson has maintained its independence and growth-oriented, entrepreneurial focus dedicated to serving the needs of small and mid-sized companies and the individuals and institutions that invest in them.

 

Since its inception, Paulson has been involved in investment banking, earning its distinction as a premier boutique investment bank in the small to mid-cap market. Paulson's recent expansion of its investment banking services is in response to market demands for experienced investment banks. This is following the dramatic shift in capital markets and financial institutions industry.

 

Since the mid-1990s nearly 50 regional investment banks—including Alex Brown, Montgomery Securities, Hambrecht & Quist and Robertson Stephens—have been acquired by major financial institutions. Such industry consolidation has pressured a new breed of bulge-bracket investment banks to compete for large market-capitalization clients. This has greatly reduced Wall Street’s focus on the middle market. Through the consolidation of the market, Paulson has maintained its independence and growth-oriented, entrepreneurial focus dedicated to serving the needs of small and mid-sized companies and the individuals and institutions that invest in them.

 

Since its inception, Paulson has been involved in investment banking, earning its distinction as a premier boutique investment bank in the small to mid-cap market. Paulson's recent expansion of its investment banking services is in response to market demands for experienced investment banks. This is following the dramatic shift in capital markets and financial institutions industry.

 

Since the mid-1990s nearly 50 regional investment banks—including Alex Brown, Montgomery Securities, Hambrecht & Quist and Robertson Stephens—have been acquired by major financial institutions. Such industry consolidation has pressured a new breed of bulge-bracket investment banks to compete for large market-capitalization clients. This has greatly reduced Wall Street’s focus on the middle market. Through the consolidation of the market, Paulson has maintained its independence and growth-oriented, entrepreneurial focus dedicated to serving the needs of small and mid-sized companies and the individuals and institutions that invest in them.