US - A full list of financial services firms affected by the tragic events in New York City has emerged with the publication of the list of tenants at the now decimated World Trade Center.
The list of firms that have been affected by the havoc caused by the terrorist attack reads like a who’s who of the financial world. A full list of every firm that was based in the building is available on the Washington Post website.
The list of investment firms that were tenants of the World Trade Center is as follows, together with the floors on which they were situated:
Tower 1 (North)--------------------A I G Aviation Brokerage - Insurance 53Agricor Commodities Corp. - Investments 80Airport Access Program - Banks / Financial 63American TCC Intl. Group - Investments 47, 90Asahi Bank - Banks / Financial 60
Banco LatinoAmericano de Exportacione - Banks / Financial 32Bank of America - Banks / Financial 9-11, 81Bank of Taiwan - Banks / Financial 53Bright China Capital - Investments 84
California Bank & Trust - Banks / Financial 16Cantor Fitzgerald Securities - Investments 101-105Cedar Capital Management Associates - Banks / Financial 78Cedel Bank - Investments NAChang HWA Commercial Bank - Banks / Financial 32Chicago Options Exchange Corp. - Investments 22CIIC Group (USA) - Investments 89Commodity Futures Trading Commission - Investments 37Cultural Institutions Retirement Sys.Trusts - 39
Daehan Intl. - Investments 89Dai-Ichi Kangyo Trusts - Trusts 48-50Dongwon Securities Co. Ltd. - Investments 21Dunavant Commodity Corp - Investments 45
First Liberty Investment Group - Investments 79Fred Alger Management - Investments 93Friends Ivory & Sime - Investments 21Friends Villas Fischer Trust - Investments 21
Garban-Intercapital - Investments 25-26Gayer Shyu & Wiesel - Investments 52
Hyundai Securities Co. - Investments 78
Instinet - Investments 13, 14Intrust Investment Realty - Real Estate 80
Karoon Capital Management - Investments 22Kidder Peabody & Co. - Banks / Financial 101KITC - Investments 84
Lehman Brothers - Investment 38-40LG Securities America - Investments 84LoCurto & Funk - Investments 53
MANAA Trading Group - Investments 33Marsh USA* - Insurance 93-100May Davis Group - Investments 87Meridian Ventures Holding - Financial 78Metropolitan Life Insurance - Insurance 89MLU Investment - Investment 22
NY Society of Security Analysts - Government / Schools 44Nikko Securities - Banks/Financial 79Noga Commodities Overseas - Investments 80Northern Trust Intl. Banking Corp. - Banks / Financial NA
Okasan Intl. (American) - Investments 52Overseas Union Bank Banks / Financial 39
R.H. Wrightson & Associates - Investments 25
San-In Godo Bank Ltd. - Banks / Financial 84Security Traders Association - Organizations 45Shizuoka Bank Ltd. - Banks / Financial 80SMW Trading Corp. - Investments 85Streamline Capital - NA 45
T&T Enterprises Intl. Inc - Miscellaneous 46Tai Fook Securities - Investments 22, 39Taipei Bank - Banks / Financial 83Tes USA - Investments NAThai Farmers Bank - Banks / Financial 7The Chugoku Bank - Banks / Financial 90The Nishi-Nippon Bank - Banks / Financial 102Traders Access Center - Investments 78
Unicom Capital Advisors LLP - Investments 22, 84
Wall Street Planning Assoc. - 89
Xcel Federal Credit Union - Banks / Financial 39
* Marsh USA is a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan, parent company of consultant William M Mercer & Putnam Investments. Mercer was the occupant.
Tower 2 (South)--------------------ABN-AMRO - Investment 35AON - Insurance / Investment consulting 92, 99, 100Atlantic Bank of New York - Banks / Financial institutions 106
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