The Bridgehampton Group
At Ingalls & SNyder

Client-centric investment management and wealth advisory services for families and institutions.

Our Team

The Bridgehampton team brings together the complementary talents and backgrounds of seasoned professionals in their respective fields, including institutional money management, research, financial planning, and operations professionals. Meet Our Team.

Our Mission

We seek to provide comprehensive investment management and wealth advisory to a wide range of clients, and to deliver these services with the highest levels of service and integrity.  

  • Customized Liquid Portfolios

    Security Selection, Asset Mix, Tax Awareness

    We buy individual securities in developed markets

  • Estate and Financial Planning

    Integrated Wealth Strategies

    Detailed Plans and Implementation

  • Scalable Infrastructure

    Trading, Compliance, Risk Management

    Open custody platform plus in-house custody

Our Capabilities
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Investment Management
  • U.S. & International Equity

  • U.S. Fixed Income: High Grade & Convertible Bonds

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Client Service
  • Personal, high-touch approach

  • Custom Reporting

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Wealth Advisory
  • Comprehensive Financial Planning

  • Estate & Wealth Transfer Review

The Bridgehampton Team

As part of Ingalls & Snyder, the Bridgehampton Group benefits from the trading, technology, compliance and operations platform that Ingalls provides.

The Bridgehampton Group is an investment advisory management team at Ingalls & Snyder, LLC, an investment advisor registered with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission and a FINRA member broker dealer. The content in this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a general guide to investing, or as a source of any specific investment recommendation and makes no implied or express recommendation concerning the manner in which any account should be handled. Any investment program involves certain risks, including loss of principal, and no assurance can be given that any specific objective will be achieved.