First Financial Bank acquires Brady Ware Capital, adding to investment banking capabilities

First Financial Bank has acquired the assets of Brady Ware Capital for an undisclosed amount.

With offices in Scherrerville, Gary, Crown Point, Hammond, Hobart and Hyland, the Cincinnati-based bank has strengthened its investment banking operations as a result of the acquisition.

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First Financial Bank has hired associates from Brady Ware Capital, an offshoot of regional CPA and advisory firm Brady Ware & Schoenfeld. The acquisition of the Dayton, Ohio-based financial services company will “strengthen the bank’s ability to build broad, long-term relationships with its customers,” it said.

Archie Brown, President and CEO of First Financial Bank, said: “This is a great addition to our strategy of expanding our key client relationships by meeting more of their needs.”

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Brady Ware & Schoenfeld will continue to operate independently, providing tax, assurance, strategic valuation and other advisory services to mid-market companies.

Brady Ware Capital President Cliff Bishop said: “This acquisition adds valuable investment banking capabilities to Yellow Cardinal’s existing offerings, providing business owners with deep expertise and his 360-degree perspective on business and personal financial needs.”

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