The firm undertakes placement for Chinese Imperial Government gold loan. Panmure Gordon becomes renowned for trading for foreign governments.
Gordon & Co established by Harry Panmure Gordon at 1 Hatton Court, Threadneedle Street. The firm was renamed Panmure Gordon & Co the following year.
Harry earns the moniker "Boss Brewery Broker" for his expertise in carrying out new issues for more than 20 English and American breweries in up until the end of the 1890s.
Panmure Gordon & Co brokers on 12 different Chinese Government and railway issues worth over £40m.
Firm moves to 1 St Michael Alley, Cornhill, London.
Work continues apace acting as broker for foreign governments, recording an issue for the Kingdom of Iraq.
Firms merges with Windsor & Mabey and moves to 21 Austin Friars, London.
A time of great take-over activity. Companies are merging faster than ever before. Panmure Gordons success rate is high, including the 'Battle for British Aluminium Tubes' (1959); we act for Tube Investments.
Panmure Gordon is acquired by National Bank of North Carolina (subsequently NationsBank).
The firm is acquired by German bank, WestLB.
WestLB sells Panmure Gordon to Lazard.
Panmure Gordon & Co acquires US growth investment bank, ThinkEquity Partners.
ThinkEquity sold to its management. Panmure Gordon moves London office to new headquarters at One New Change.
Panmure Gordon acquires the research-led equity capital markets business Charles Stanley Securities.
Panmure Gordon makes a significant strategic investment in PrimeXtend, to expand into global execution and prime services.