Thorne Perkin joined Papamarkou Wellner in 2005 where he served as Managing Director until appointed President, Papamarkou Wellner Asset Management, Inc., in 2014. Previously, Mr. Perkin spent seven years as a Vice President and Portfolio Manager in the Private Client Group at Credit Suisse (formerly Donaldson, Lufkin, Jenrette) specializing in business development, asset allocation and portfolio construction for high net worth clients, foundations and institutions. Prior to joining DLJ, Thorne worked in Equity Research covering Semiconductor Capital Equipment as an Associate for Needham & Co. He also worked as an Analyst for The Bank of New York in Middle Markets/Small Business Lending.
Mr. Perkin is the Co-Founder and first investor in OLIKA, Inc., acquired by Amyris, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMRS). He is also a Trustee of several private philanthropic organizations with a focus on development and finance. Mr. Perkin received his B.A. from Colgate University with honors where he focused on Economics and History.
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Papamarkou Wellner Perkin has created and implemented a joint business continuity plan (“BCP”) in an effort to mitigate the effects related to unforeseen business interruptions in the event of an emergency or significant business disruption (“SBD”). However, all risks of business interruption cannot be eliminated and Papamarkou Wellner Perkin cannot guarantee that systems will always be available or recoverable as a result of an SBD. Papamarkou Wellner Perkin has no control over, and must rely upon, the disaster recovery plans of its various critical business constituents (its clearing firm, vendors, and other counterparties). In the event of an SBD, contact your Papamarkou Wellner Perkin representative or adviser; find out more information from the www.papamarkou.com website; and/or please be advised that the facility to place orders directly with Pershing in accordance with the Pershing BCP may be available by following instructions on the Pershing website at www.pershing.com.
Papamarkou Wellner Perkin Capital is currently able to claim an exemption from the quarterly reporting requirement of Rule 606 as a firm that has routed, on average, less than the minimum threshold of U.S. securities orders during the preceding calendar quarter. Covered securities include NASDAQ; U.S. Domestic exchange listed equities; and listed options.
In permitting the exemption, the Securities Exchange Commission has emphasized that firms eligible for this limited exemption would remain responsible to comply with Rule 606, which requires firms to provide interested customers with routing information about specific orders and to notify customers annually that such information is available.
Please be advised under Rule 606 that we will provide interested customers with routing information about specific orders when requested. In addition, as an introducing broker the entirety of the firm’s order flow is routed automatically through its clearing agent, Pershing LLC. A statistical analysis of the monthly order routing results for Papamarkou Wellner & Co., Inc. is readily available free of charge to interested parties by clicking on the link below.
Options trading entails significant risk and is not appropriate for all investors. Certain complex options strategies carry additional risk. Before trading options, please read Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options.
Margin trading increases risk of loss and includes the possibility of a forced sale if account equity drops below required levels. Margin is not available in all account types. Margin trading privileges subject to Papamarkou Wellner Perkin Capital review and approval. Carefully review the Margin Disclosure Document provided to you at account opening.
Pursuant to an agreement between Pershing and Papamarkou Wellner Capital, the interest you pay on the margin loan to Pershing will be shared between Pershing and Papamarkou Wellner Capital on a negotiated basis. Speak to your PW&Co representative for more information.
Papamarkou Wellner Perkin Capital is furnishing this statement to you to provide some basic facts about purchasing securities on margin, and to alert you to the risks involved with trading securities in a margin account. Before trading stocks in a margin account, you should carefully review the margin agreement provided by Papamarkou Wellner Perkin Capital and its clearing firm, Pershing LLC. Consult your firm regarding any questions or concerns you may have with your margin account(s).
When you purchase securities, you may pay for the securities in full or you may borrow part of the purchase price from your brokerage firm. If you choose to borrow funds from Pershing, you will open a margin account with Papamarkou Wellner Perkin Capital, the introducing firm, which manages your customer relationship. The account itself is held in custody by Pershing, the clearing firm, which extends the actual margin loan. The securities purchased in the account are Pershing's collateral for the loan to you. If the securities in your account decline in value, so does the value of the collateral supporting your loan, and, as a result, the firm can take action, such as issue a margin call and/or sell securities or other assets in any of your accounts held with Papamarkou Wellner Perkin, in order to maintain the required equity in the account.
It is important that you fully understand the risks involved in trading securities on margin. These risks include the following:
Investments such as direct participation program securities (e.g., partnerships, limited liability companies, and real estate investment trusts, which are not listed on any exchange), commodity pools, private equity, private debt, and hedge funds are generally illiquid investments and their current values may be different from the purchase price. Unless otherwise indicated, the values shown in this statement for such investments have been provided by the management, administrator, or sponsor of each program, or a third-party vendor without independent verification by Papamarkou Wellner Perkin and represent their estimate of the value of the investor’s participation in the program, as of a date of the statement. Therefore, the estimated values shown may not necessarily reflect actual market values or be realized upon liquidation. If an estimated value is not provided, valuation information is not available.
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