Last years members of the Star Tribunes Investors Roundtable like many other prognosticators across the nation were woefully short in their Standard Poors 500 predictions. The markets surged early on the perception of the new business-friendly administration of President Trump, and continued to grow on strong corporate earnings and growth in nearly all global economies.
Andrew Duff, CEO of Minneapolis-based Piper Jaffray Companies since 2000, will retire at the end of the year.
Chad Abraham, current managing director and co-head of Piper Jaffray investment banking and capital markets, will succeed Duff as CEO on Jan. 1. Duff will retain his position as chairman.
- Business WirePiper Jaffray Adopts 2019 Employment Inducement Award PlanMarch 13, 2019
- Business WirePiper Jaffray Expands Financial Services Investment Banking with Hiring of Joshua ShropaMarch 11, 2019
- Business WirePiper Jaffray Companies Agrees to Acquire Weeden & Co., L.P.February 25, 2019
- Business WirePiper Jaffray Appoints Chad Abraham as Chairman of the Board, and Announces Andrew Duff's Retirement from the Board of DirectorsFebruary 22, 2019
- Business WirePiper Jaffray Expands Financial Services Investment Banking with Hiring of Brian WornowFebruary 7, 2019