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Richmond: Love What You Find

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The City of Richmond & Counties of Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico


Finance & Insurance

Elephant sees steady growth

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Elephant, a subsidiary of UK-based Admiral Group, plc, calls Henrico County an extraordinary place to do business.

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Capital One a best place to work

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Fortune magazine named Capital One a great place to work. The company has nearly 10,000 employees in the area.

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The Finance and Insurance cluster comprises establishments engaged in banking, brokerage and investment banking, specialty finance and insurance. Greater Richmond is a proven and successful location for firms in all of these fields and is a regional banking center and home to the Fifth District Federal Reserve.

Industry leaders in this cluster include Capital One (credit cards); Genworth Financial, Anthem and Markel (insurance); Scott & Stringfellow, and Davenport and Company (brokerage and financial advisors) and Ewing Bemis and Matrix Capital Markets Group (investment banking).

Subcategories of this cluster include:

  • Banking & Securities
  • Insurance

Finance & Insurance Brochure

This publication explores Greater Richmond's finance & insurance industry.

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Industry Headlines

Representative Companies
Allianz Global Partners Logo Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Logo Bank of America Logo BB&T Capital Markets Logo BB&T Scott & Stringfellow Logo C&F Bank Logo Capital One Financial Corp. Logo Chase Commercial Banking Logo Cherry Bekaert LLP Logo Logo Davenport & Company LLC Logo Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP Logo Elephant Insurance Logo EY Logo First Capital Bank Logo First Tennessee Bank Logo Fulton Bank, N. A. Logo Genworth Financial Logo Harris Williams & Co. Logo James River Insurance Company Logo Keiter Logo KPMG LLP Logo M & T Bank Logo Markel Corporation Logo Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC Logo Mitchell, Wiggins & Co., LLP Logo Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia Logo PIASCIK Logo PwC Logo RBC Wealth Management Logo RiverFront Investment Group Logo RSM McGladrey Logo SunTrust Logo Union Bank & Trust Logo Village Bank Logo Virginia Credit Union Inc. Logo Wells Fargo, N.A. Logo Xenith Bank Logo

Richmond Firsts

  1. First Female Bank President

    First Female Bank President Image Maggie L. Walker, daughter of a former slave, organized St. Luke’s Penny Savings Bank in Richmond in 1903.

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