Who We Are

What We Do

We provide investment banking, research, sales and trading, asset and wealth management, public finance, insurance, private capital, and family office services.

About Us

We are a family-owned financial services firm that values client relationships, long-term stability, and supporting the communities where we live and work.

The Stephens Story

The idea of family defines our culture, because each of us knows that our reputation is on the line as if our own name was on the door.

Leadership

Our reputation as a leading independent financial services firm is built on the stability of our longstanding and highly experienced senior executives.

Impact Initiatives

We are committed to corporate philanthropy; economic and financial literacy advocacy; and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

Our Brand Ambassadors

Stephens is proud to sponsor the PGA TOUR, LPGA Tour, and PGA TOUR Champions careers, as well as applaud the philanthropic endeavors, of our Brand Ambassadors.

Making Connections

We host many highly informative meetings each year with clients, industry decision makers, and thought leaders across the U.S. and in Europe.

Our People

David Palmer

Associate Director

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David Palmer

David Palmer is an Associate Director in the Restructuring and Special Situations Group of Stephens Europe. Prior to joining Stephens in 2018, he was an Executive at Ernst & Young, first in their Restructuring practice in Birmingham and latterly in their Operational Transaction Services team in London. Whilst within the Restructuring team at EY, David advised lenders and corporates on financial and operational restructuring in distressed situations. In the Operational Transaction Services team, he advised corporates and private equity clients on complex transactions, carrying out financial and operational due diligence, synergy assessments and integration / carve out planning. He is a qualified chartered accountant and holds a MEng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Manchester.

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