We combine the latest technology with our insight and experience to grow and preserve wealth.
Since 1925, we have been a trusted wealth manager helping our clients achieve their goals.
The personalized service of an independent firm and resources of a large firm enable us to forge enduring relationships with generations of clients.
It starts with a conversation. We listen, then develop a solution tailored specifically to you, your business and your family. We consider your short-term objectives and your long-term view of the legacy you wish to leave.
Since our founding and through every market cycle, our disciplined, long-term approach has been critical to ensuring we meet our clients’ goals.
Wellington Shields has a long, rich history in wealth management — evolving and growing by bringing meaningful solutions to generations of individuals, their families and institutions.
H.G. Wellington & Co. joins NYSE
David Shields elected member of the New York Stock Exchange
McMullen & Hard merges into H.G. Wellington & Co.
Shields & Company first broker dealer approved for direct telephone access to NYSE floor
Shields & Company launches mutual funds
The Brogan Group Equity Research joins H.G. Wellington & Co.
Herbst Wealth Management founded as unit within Shields & Company
H.G. Wellington & Co. merges with Shields & Company, forming Wellington Shields & Co.
Equity Risk Management Division formed
WS Futures formed
Our clients know from experience that they can trust our ideas, insights and analysis.
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