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R. Seelaus & Company, Inc. is an employee-owned investment firm doing business in downtown Summit, NJ. Established by Richard Seelaus in 1984, the firm was initially a municipal bond dealer conducting business with the major trust banks of New York and Chicago. In the three decades since opening its doors, the firm has grown into a full-service financial firm meeting the planning and investment needs of high-net-worth individuals and businesses and today is home to more than 60 financial advisors, traders, and analysts all working together to trade profitably for its clients every day.

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