BOCA RATON, Fla., Dec. 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dawson James Securities, Inc., is pleased to announce Elise Stern will take on the new role of Senior Managing Director of Institutional Equities and Head of Corporate Access.
Robert D. Keyser, CEO of Dawson James says, “Dawson James has grown significantly this past year throughout all departments.” Keyser continues, “It is increasingly more important to provide Corporate Access for both issuers and institutional clients. Elise’s expertise and impressive network will make our foothold in the small cap sector only stronger. “
Elise Stern says, “I’m excited for this new opportunity within Dawson James and look forward to offering our Corporate Clients and Institutional Funds access to fast-growing investment opportunities within our verticals.”
Ms. Stern has over 30 years of experience on Wall street focused on small cap growth companies in sectors including Life Science, Technology and Consumer. Elise has been with Dawson James for the past five years most recently as Head of Capital Markets. During her career, Ms. Stern has held various managerial positions in New York and San Francisco advising and executing growth capital strategies including equity and debt capital raises, and institutional marketing.
About Dawson James Securities, Inc.
Dawson James Securities specializes in capital raising for small and microcap public and private growth companies primarily in the Life Science/Health Care, Technology and Consumer sectors and is a full-service investment banking firm with research, institutional and retail sales, and execution trading and corporate services. Headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, Dawson James is privately held with offices in New York, Maryland and New Jersey. www.dawsonjames.com
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