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D.A. Davidson opens office in Burlington

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D.A. Davidson, a full-service investment firm based in the US North-West, has opened an office in Burlington, Washington, just north of Seattle.

D.A. Davidson, a full-service investment firm based in the US North-West, has opened an office in Burlington, Washington, just north of Seattle.

The Burlington office will operate under branch manager Art Larvie (pictured), who will oversee seven other financial professionals in the office.

"We are very pleased with our continued growth in the Pacific Northwest region and anticipate more growth in Washington," says Jim Kerr, president of D.A. Davidson’s private client group. "We are excited to expand into Burlington and dedicated to bringing the personalized service for which Davidson has a reputation throughout the region."

Larvie serves as senior vice president, financial consultant and branch manager, after previously working with A.G. Edwards/Wachovia. He oversees a staff of seven other financial professionals.

Kyle Reep joins as a senior vice president, financial consultant, and has extensive experience in the securities industry. Reep previously worked with Citi Smith Barney. He recently was co-chairman of a capital campaign for the Skagit Valley Hospital Foundation, helping raise more than USD4m to equip a new cancer centre.

Scott Berg serves as senior vice president, financial consultant and assistant branch manager. He previously was with A.G. Edwards/Wachovia, where he worked for 14 years following a career with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.

Scott Elliott serves as senior vice president, financial consultant. Elliott joins D.A. Davidson from Citi Smith Barney, where he was in partnership with Reep after previously working with Boeing and InterWest Bank.

Susan Johnson, senior registered associate, also joins Davidson from Citi Smith Barney, after working there since 1999.

Kendra Dobbs, registered client associate, worked alongside Larvie and Berg at A.G. Edwards/Wachovia since moving to Washington in 2005.

Ann Berg, client associate and cashier, has worked the last several years with A.G. Edwards/Wachovia, serving alongside her husband, Scott Berg, and Larvie.

Heidi Agnew, operations manager, has worked alongside Larvie since 1986, most recently serving as part of his group at A.G. Edwards/Wachovia.

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