D.A. Davidson & Co. moves to single location in Bellevue

D.A. Davidson & Co. today announced that the firm has moved its Bellevue and Redmond. offices to a single, more expansive and accessible location in Bellevue.

The two D.A. Davidson branches have moved to Lincoln Square at 10400 NE 4th Street, Suite 400 in Bellevue, as of Monday, February 27th. Email addresses will remain the same as before. Phone numbers for the previous Bellevue branch will remain the same; however, the Redmond office phone numbers will be new. Please contact your financial advisor for his or new contact information. The main office number is (425) 467-2200.

The new office provides an enhanced environment for financial advisors to meet with clients and their families. As part of D.A. Davidson’s Individual Investor Group, the professionals in the Bellevue branch work alongside individual investors and their families, and with business and nonprofit clients, to develop strategies for reaching each investor’s unique financial goals.

The branch is one of 16 D.A. Davidson offices that are open to clients across Washington state. In the Puget Sound area, the firm has Individual Investor Group branches in Seattle, Bainbridge Island, Bellevue, Bellingham, Edmonds, Everett and Port Angeles.

D.A. Davidson’s Individual Investor Group offers an array of financial products and services to individuals, families, businesses and institutions. For more than 80 years, the firm’s advisors have provided straightforward advice and personalized solutions to help build, protect and pass on wealth for generations.

D.A. Davidson Companies is an employee-owned financial services firm offering a range of financial services and advice to individuals, corporations, institutions and municipalities nationwide. Founded in 1935 and headquartered in Montana, with corporate offices in Denver, Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle, the company has more than 1,300 employees and offices in 23 states.

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