CAROL E. ROBBINS
Senior Managing Director-Marketing &
Ron's greatest point of pride is his association with the team at Mid-Market Securities, LLC and the extraordinary background the team members (also referred to as "The Bench) in both educational accomplishment and past successful engagements for clients over the years. The published list of collective transactions of the team, which is in over six different fields, total 162 and are documented on the Mid-Market website . The Mid-Market Team strives for a "servant approach" to business.
Ever since Ron found out at age 19 that he could sell, loved doing it; and received awards in selling while a college sophomore, the thrill of the chase and the "physic rewards" has never left him. His insights, understanding of business and financial acumen has enabled him to build his business. Mr. Rydell brings an owner's perspective to his work in a dual capacity as both an investment banker and in working with a nine-person team in portfolio management that has earned a published national reputation.
Mr. Rydell's investment banker's skill set revolves around new business development under a platform of "exclusive, sell side mandates with monthly retainers under the Mid-Market exclusive engagement agreement.
Prospective clients are invited to inquire more and view a sample copy of this agreement and dialog with him as Ron is committed to having multiple bankers working on each sell side engagement with the team each bringing their respective skill set to the assignment which is some cases may involve an investment banker from a complimentary firm in areas the team has not cutting-edge experience in before.
Mr. Rydell earned a B.A. degree from Concordia College, Moorhead, MN with advanced degrees from the University of N. Dak. Grand Forks as well as the University of MN, Minneapolis, MN. He also holds the Certified Financial Planner designation (CFP) and served as adjunct faculty for the College for Financial Planning. He has passed FINRA related exams for Series, 7, 24, 65, 66, and the 79 which addresses investment banking exclusively.