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.”