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Moving On Up--And Out

Prime Wall Street firms and where they were--1960 and 2001.
Fortune
Monday, October 29, 2001

Forty years ago virtually every major investment bank called the Wall Street area home.
Since then the headquarters of most of those firms (or the firms with which they merged)
have scattered uptown or even out of Manhattan altogether. Of the three major investment
banks whose headquarters were still south of Chambers Street on Sept. 11, two--Lehman Brothers
and Merrill Lynch--have been forced out of their damaged buildings. Where are they? Midtown--
at least for now.
 

1960
The major Wall Street firms
  2001
Where they were as of Sept. 11
Bankers Trust 1 Deutsche Bank
Bear Stearns 2 Bear Stearns
Chase Manhattan
Morgan Guaranty of Trust New York
3 J.P. Morgan Chase
Dean Witter
Morgan Stanley
4 Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
Dillon Read 5 UBS Warburg
First Boston 6 Credit Suisse First Boston
National City Bank of New York 7 Citigroup
Goldman Sachs 8 Goldman Sachs
Lehman Brothers 9 Lehman Brothers
Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith 10 Merrill Lynch
UBS PaineWebber 11 UBS PaineWebber
Saloman Brothers & Hutzler
Smith Barney
12 Citigroup Corporate & Investment Bank

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Source: Tenantwise; Museum of American Financial
History

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