American Capital Partners Hires Firman Leung

Mar 15 2016 | 7:22pm ET

American Capital Partners announced it has hired industry veteran Firman Leung its Executive Managing Director and Head of Investment Banking and Capital Markets/Syndicate.

Leung comes to American Capital with over 30 years of Investment Banking and Capital Markets experience and helped spearhead the formation of the Cetera Financial Group, the second largest independent U.S. broker-dealer network, according to the company.

Leung also held senior positions at Morgan Stanley, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Salomon Brothers, Citigroup, and Sandler O’Neill & Partners. 

“I have known and worked with Firman for over the past 10 years when he was at RCS and Sandler O’Neill. I am thrilled that he has joined us in a senior capacity,” said Edward M. Cahill, President, American Capital Partners.

Leung received his B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania and his MBA degree from The Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College.

“Firman’s presence has already had an impact since joining the firm especially in the areas of investment banking and enhancing the wealth management division,” said Anthony M. Gardini, CEO, American Capital Partners.

American Capital Partners is a full service investment firm founded in 2002. The company is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York and has six offices in East Meadow, New York City, New Jersey, Georgia and California.


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