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March 4, 1992 | TOM PETRUNO
Los Angeles investment banker Lloyd Greif has parted ways with brokerage Sutro & Co., ending a decade-long tenure as the firm's top deal-maker. Greif, controversial because of his aggressive manner, said Tuesday that he resigned "as a result of differences in approach and style." Sutro, though based in San Francisco, has maintained its corporate finance office in Los Angeles.
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September 5, 1996 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Senior executives of Sutro & Co. and Tucker Anthony Inc., the two brokerage units of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., are near a pact to buy the firms from Hancock for about $180 million, people familiar with the talks said Wednesday. The talks involve the combined purchase of both firms by a management-led investor group, and an announcement could come as early as this week, the sources said.
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November 5, 1991 | TOM PETRUNO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lloyd Greif, one of Los Angeles' most aggressive young corporate deal makers, is stepping down as head of investment banking at Sutro & Co. to focus full time on deal production for the firm. Sutro is replacing Greif with Stephen A. Koffler, who headed Merrill Lynch & Co.'s emerging growth-company investment banking unit and who last spring engineered financier Roy Disney's $100-million investment in L.A. Gear Inc.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1992 | TOM PETRUNO
Los Angeles investment banker Lloyd Greif has parted ways with brokerage Sutro & Co., ending a decade-long tenure as the firm's top deal-maker. Greif, controversial because of his aggressive manner, said Tuesday that he resigned "as a result of differences in approach and style." Sutro, though based in San Francisco, has maintained its corporate finance office in Los Angeles.
BUSINESS
September 5, 1996 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Senior executives of Sutro & Co. and Tucker Anthony Inc., the two brokerage units of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., are near a pact to buy the firms from Hancock for about $180 million, people familiar with the talks said Wednesday. The talks involve the combined purchase of both firms by a management-led investor group, and an announcement could come as early as this week, the sources said.
BUSINESS
June 26, 1994
* James P. Cliffton has been appointed first vice president and branch manager of the Newport Beach office of Sutro & Co. Inc. He joins Sutro from Prudential Securities, where he most recently managed the Pasadena branch office and prior to that, Newport Beach. For 10 years before that, he was Los Angeles regional sales manager for E.F. Hutton, responsible for 26 branch offices.
BUSINESS
November 5, 1991 | TOM PETRUNO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lloyd Greif, one of Los Angeles' most aggressive young corporate deal makers, is stepping down as head of investment banking at Sutro & Co. to focus full time on deal production for the firm. Sutro is replacing Greif with Stephen A. Koffler, who headed Merrill Lynch & Co.'s emerging growth-company investment banking unit and who last spring engineered financier Roy Disney's $100-million investment in L.A. Gear Inc.
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March 6, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
Citing high finance rates, Standard Pacific Corp. of Costa Mesa said Friday it has scrapped its plan to raise $100 million by selling long-term securities. The home builder, trying to generate working capital, said it has alternative sources of financing to support its business plans, but its statement did not elaborate and the company did not return phone calls.
BUSINESS
October 5, 1993
Interpore International, a developer of synthetic bone graft material, is seeking permission to go public with the sale of up to $20 million worth of common stock. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company said proceeds of the public offering of 2 million shares, to be priced at $8 to $10 a share, would be used to repay debt, fund clinical studies and research and development, and possibly to finance acquisitions.
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