Rothschild & Company is founded by Monroe Rothschild and his brother-in-law Samuel Karger as a regional, full-service brokerage firm.
Samuel Karger’s son, Robert, who joined the firm in 1933, becomes CEO.
The firm closes its investment banking operations and by 1970 shifts focus to the retail brokerage business.
The Dow Jones hits 1,000.
After joining the firm in 1975 and establishing the Firm’s Investment Advisory Business, Dick Karger, son of Robert, becomes CEO.
Rothschild Investment Corporation establishes the Corporate Retirement Plan Consulting business.
Rothschild celebrates 100 years as a leading member in the financial investment industry.
The Dow Jones hits 15,000 marking it as one of its strongest periods and finishing the year up 23% over the previous year.
Rothschild is responsible for over $2,000,000,000 of client assets.
Rothschild’s Corporate Retirement Plan Consulting Practice adds nearly 50 Illinois manufacturing clients in one year.
Rothschild turns 110 years old, surviving and thriving through two world wars and some of the most dramatic events on Wall Street.