1,600 employees. 112 locations. 29 states.
At D.A. Davidson Companies, we believe there is only one way to navigate through the wealth of financial services options: straightforward. We offer clear strategies with smart, personalized solutions that match your goals and show you the path to achieve them. We’re with you every step of the way — leveraging our nationally-recognized research, capital market and investment banking expertise, and a full-service investment firm. Our personal approach is rooted in the values, stability, and discipline of our 87-year-old employee-owned company that is as independent as you are.
There is a grove of Aspen trees in Utah that is said to be the oldest and largest living organism on earth. The collection of 47,000 genetically identical stems work together as a single organism because every stem shares a collective root system. Like the Aspen trees, we too are an expansive collection of many sprouts—single stems—that bind together our strong root system, generating growth year after year. We are proud of our D.A. Davidson culture and our strong connection to our clients and communities.
David Adams Davidson opens branch of E.J. Gibson in Great Falls, MT. In 1941 Davidson buys majority stock of E.J. Gibson and moves headquarters to Great Falls.
D.A. Davidson’s son, Ian B. Davidson, joins as third Gibson employee. Gibson Associates is renamed D.A. Davidson & Co.
D.A. Davidson & Co. buys Financial Aims Corporation, a financial planning firm.
D.A. Davidson continues growing and acquires a trust firm, later naming it Davidson Trust Co.
D.A. Davidson acquires Jensen Securities, specializing in equity research and institutional sales.
D.A. Davidson expands into Denver, Colorado with a capital markets office. Now capital markets spans coast to coast.
D.A. Davidson celebrates 70th year in business and buys assets of the Kirkpatrick Pettis companies, specializing in fixed income services.
D.A. Davidson acquires Ruan Securities, a fixed income firm in Des Moines, Iowa.
D.A. Davidson acquires McGladrey Capital Markets, adding offices in Costa Mesa and Chicago, and acquires SeaCap Investment Advisors based in Seattle.
D.A. Davidson & Co. merges with Crowell, Weedon & Co., a full-service brokerage with offices spanning Southern California.
D.A. Davidson acquires SMITH HAYES, expanding the firm’s presence in Nebraska. Our new mark, the bison, pays tribute to D.A. Davidson’s past while the sunburst represents promise of the future.
Company launches D.A. Davidson Day, an annual company-wide day of community volunteer work.
D.A. Davidson acquires Wells Nelson & Associates, a public finance and wealth management firm with offices in Oklahoma and Texas.
D.A. Davidson acquires Marlin & Associates, an investment bank serving clients and investors across the financial technology and data & analytics industries. The combination creates one of the most active technology middle-market investment banking groups in the U.S.
D.A. Davidson acquires Caprin Asset Management, a Richmond, Virginia-based registered investment advisor specializing in fixed income portfolio management.