Boyd Watterson opened its Washington, D.C. office
Boyd Watterson launched the State Government Fund and moved its headquarters up East 9th Street in Cleveland to the Tower of Erieview
Boyd Watterson opened its Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office
Boyd Watterson launched its first mutual fund: Limited Duration Enhanced Income Fund
BWAM Management led the acquisition of all publicly held stock and became a privately held company again and the GSA Fund is launched
Boyd Watterson is acquired by Titanium Asset Management Corporation, adding the Chicago Real Estate Advisory Group to the company
PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. purchased the interests of Mercantile Bankshares Corporation. Seven months later, Boyd Watterson employees purchased the Cleveland operations and advisory services from PNC
Mercantile Bankshares Corporation acquired Boyd Watterson to complement its institutional fixed income product offerings
Employees purchased the Cleveland operations and returned to the company’s roots with the name Boyd Watterson Asset Management, LLC
Boyd, Watterson & Co. merged with Duff & Phelps to form Duff & Phelps investment Management Co., which was later acquired by Phoenix Investment Partners
David Watterson earned CFA charter number 24 as part of the first class of charterholders, beginning the company’s strong commitment to the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute and Program
Company name is changed to Boyd, Watterson & Co.
David G. Watterson joined Boyd, Moore & Co.
Boyd, Moore & Co. is founded by Robert M. Boyd and Franklin C. Moore in Cleveland, Ohio