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Eaton Partners opens New York City Office

Friday, October 27, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - Eaton Partners, a leading placement agent and advisor to alternative investment firms around the world and a wholly owned subsidiary of Stifel Financial Corp. (NYSE: SF), announced today the opening of its ninth global office location. The new office will be located at 787 Seventh Avenue in New York City, alongside Stifel's existing office space. This is the third new office Eaton Partners has opened since becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of Stifel in January 2016.

"We are excited for the opportunity to further service our New York-based clients, and this is a natural extension of our footprint as a leading, global placement agent." said Peter T. Martenson, Partner at Eaton Partners. "The support we have experienced through our affiliation with Stifel has facilitated our continued expansion and allowed us to offer enhanced services to a broader base of clients."

The New York City office will be led and managed by Steve Eaton, a Partner with Eaton Partners. Mr. Eaton has 16 years of experience in the financial services industry, working in both the buy-side and the sell-side of the market, and focuses on the distribution of the firm's private equity, real estate and real assets offerings. He will be joined by Michael Pilson, Managing Director; Scott Froehlich, Head of Hedge Fund Origination; and Robin Tyrangiel, Senior Vice President.

Eaton Partners has offices in Rowayton, Hong Kong, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Houston, San Diego and London.

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