Broker Dealer Exchange

Broker Dealer Exchange, LLC (often referred to as BDX) is an investment bank. Headquartered in downtown New York at Hannover Square, BDX operates from several offices in New York, Los Angeles, St Petersburg and London.

BDX is mostly involved in Mergers and Acquisitions in the small to middle market Broker-dealer space, although it does have a business of introducing buyers and sellers of other financial services assets, eg individual brokerage and financial planning practices, books of business, trading platforms, and "shell" Broker Dealers. Broker Dealer Exchange's founders include Rogan LaBier .


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