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Founded in 1924 by Roscoe C. Ingalls and John T. Snyder, Ingalls & Snyder has a storied legacy of working with high-net worth clients and families on Wall Street and beyond. Our history is not something we take lightly. Every day we strive to deliver the specialized guidance and distinctive service levels that are our hallmark.
I&S raises its first hedge fund.
I&S Partner John W. Easton leaves to become U.S. Embassy Military Attache in London during WW II. In 1948, he writes introduction to the Marshall Plan for House Foreign Affairs Committee.
John T. Snyder, Jr. and Roscoe C. Ingalls, Jr. are admitted to the partnership on September 15th, 1949, the firm's 25th Anniversary.
Roscoe C. Ingalls, Jr. elected President of the Association of Stock Exchange Firms and later a Governor of the NYSE.
I&S admits Marjorie R. Ingalls as the firm's first female partner.
I&S launches corporate bond trading and investing unit.
I&S relocates the firm's offices from New York’s Financial District to midtown Manhattan.
Ingalls & Snyder opens Securities Lending business.
Roscoe C. Ingalls and John T. Snyder establish Ingalls & Snyder (I&S) as a NYSE member firm in New York’s financial district.
I&S earns a reputation for expertise in the oil and gas industry, led by John Snyder and geologist N.O. Fanning.
John T. Snyder, Jr. and Roscoe C. Ingalls, Jr. join the firm upon their return from war.
John T. Snyder, Jr. leaves I&S to join the energy industry, ultimately becoming Treasurer of Standard Oil Co. of Indiana (now part of BP plc).
I&S forms Rockwin Corp., an energy exploration company, ultimately sold to Pure Oil Co.
I&S becomes SEC-registered Investment Advisor; Robert J. Snyder (son of founder John) joins I&S as Partner to head Finance and Operations.
Robert A. Case joins the firm and is appointed as Senior Partner, only the 4th Senior Partner to lead the firm since it's inception in 1924.
Ingalls & Snyder rings the Opening Bell of the New York Stock Exchange in recognition of our 90-year membership with the Exchange.
“At Ingalls & Snyder we take a long-term, prudent approach to management of the firm as well as our clients’ accounts. This has allowed us to weather many market cycles during our century in business.”