FORT WASHINGTON, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bancroft Capital CEO Cauldon Quinn has been named a 2022 Veteran of Influence Honoree by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The program recognizes individuals who served in the U.S. Armed Forces before making their mark on the Greater Philadelphia business community. The Philadelphia Business Journal editorial board selected 16 honorees based on their impact in service and in the business community.
“It’s a privilege to be recognized as a Veteran of Influence by the Philadelphia Business Journal,” said Quinn. “I credit the talented and dedicated team here and our loyal clients, without whom making our mission of helping restore disabled veterans to their rightful place as leaders in our society and communities would not be possible.”
Co-founded in 2017 by Quinn, a disabled Navy veteran, Bancroft Capital is a certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) specializing in Institutional Brokerage and Capital Markets services – with a strong commitment to service: service to clients, country, and veterans. As a for-profit company, Bancroft rises above the competition on the merit of value-added content and leadership derived from industry veterans with 40+ years of industry pedigree; and on the foundation of a commitment to offer meaningful training and employment to service-disabled veterans through Bancroft’s signature Veteran Training Program (VTP).
The Bancroft Veteran Training Program
Bancroft funnels profits toward its commitment to helping restore disabled veterans to their rightful place as leaders in our society and communities, but first and foremost as providers for their own families. The VTP puts disabled veterans and first responders in a position to develop a skill set capable of supporting a new career as Institutional Traders and Investment Bankers.
For more information about Bancroft’s Veteran Training Program, please click here.
Bancroft holds significant certifications and affiliations which illustrate their national significance in the veteran, higher education and business sectors, including: Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB); Elite SDVOB Network, Veterans in Business Networking for Success (VIB Network), National Veteran Business Development Council, (NVBDC); Disability: IN; NaVOBA Service-Disabled Veteran’s Business Enterprise; Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses; Merck Drexel Advanced Leadership Program for Diverse Suppliers; Villanova University; and DeSales University.