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Scot·ty

 (skŏt′ē)
n.
Variant of Scottie.
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Janney Montgomery Scott LLC served as financial advisor to First Bancshares, and Alston and Bird LLP served as its legal advisor.
Janney Montgomery Scott analyst Yun Zhong said he does not see any fundamental reason for today's weakness in shares of uniQure (QURE), attributing the pullback as likely due to profit taking following some recent strong performance.
The appointments follow the firm's acquisition by Janney Montgomery Scott, which closed on April 30, and furthers Janney's strategic objective to support and expand the FIG team.
The new principal officers include several executives with Janney Montgomery Scott, Charles Schwab and AllianceBernstein.
acted as sole book-running manager for the offering and Janney Montgomery Scott acted as co-manager.
Janney Montgomery Scott LLC has extended its commitment to the BondWorks Wealth Management Platform into 2016.
Wherley - Janney Montgomery Scott. Reviews the performance of the industry, and examines recent changes that have impacted companies in that sector.
Philadelphia, PA, February 16, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Terry Silver, CPA, CVA, CFF presented “Love or Money - Advising Divorced Clients,” at Janney Montgomery Scott's 2012 Elite Financial Advisor Conference: Focus Forward.
Allen will serve as co-lead, while Roth Capital Partners and Janney Montgomery Scott will act as co-managers of the transaction.
Janney Montgomery Scott (jan ney.com),a financial services firm and subsidiary of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, has increased its website traffic by 10 to 20 percent and improved its search engine rankings with a new site powered by iAPPS Content Manager and iAPPS Analytics from Bridgeline Digital (bridge linedigital.com).
Jones Lang LaSalle and Silverstein Properties have completed a 22,237 s/f lease renewal and expansion for Janney Montgomery Scott LLC at 575 Lexington Avenue.
"It is not improvement or strength, but at the very least it appears things are not getting worse," Guy LeBas, chief economist at Janney Montgomery Scott LLC in Philadelphia told Bloomberg Television.

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