Pierre du Pasquier, a cotton merchant, starts trading securities as the European Representative for Bond McEnany & Company.
du Pasquier & Company establishes an office at 26 avenue des Champs Elysées in Paris, clearing its business through Thomson McKinnon.
During World War II, the firm becomes dormant but continues as a Member of the New York Stock Exchange.
Pierre du Pasquier becomes the European Representative for E.F. Hutton.
The New York office is opened.
du Pasquier & Company merges with Moore & Schley, a New York-based regional broker.
Moore & Schley is sold and the nucleus of du Pasquier, which had always remained intact, once again becomes independent. It clears its business through Herzog Heine Geduld (HHG).
HHG is sold to Merrill Lynch, which sells the clearing business. du Pasquier begins a new era with Investec Ernst & Company.
Henry Krieger & Co. joins du Pasquier as a Division. Founded in 1949, Krieger also serves the brokerage needs of European banks and financial institutions. In November, du Pasquier begins clearing through Fiserv Securities .
du Pasquier Asset Management (DPAM) is formed. DPAM represents private clients and institutional investment assets.
In September, du Pasquier begins clearing through Pershing LLC.-Bank of New York Mellon.
NovaFund Advisors joins du Pasquier Private Equity Group (PEG) providing advisory and placement service to financial sponsors.
du Pasquier becomes division of Aegis Capital, clearing through RBC-Royal Bank of Canada.