For over 55 years, we’ve put our clients first.
We have a rich history as pioneers of equity and diversity, and we’ve built a culture that celebrates diversity, philanthropy, and breaking barriers. Over the years, our extensive focus on research-driven decision-making has honed our investment prowess. Today, we strive to offer our clients both white-glove service and superior returns.
We pride ourselves on the entrepreneurial spirit we’ve cultivated, the trust we’ve established with our clients, and the uncompromising commitment to integrity that defines everything we do.
Michael Kimelman and Sheila Baird meet at Andresen & Co, where they work as a trader and an analyst, respectively.
M. Kimelman & Co. is established as a broker dealer and opens its doors at 20 Exchange Place in New York City.
Joseph “Teddy” Giattino joins the firm as a partner.
Robert Euler joins the firm as a partner and produces a research report on Nucor Corporation. This represents a pivotal point in K&B’s rich history of conducting top-tier research.
Pat Ross-Kimelman joins the firm.
Sheila is elected President of the Financial Women’s Association (FWA).
Sheila appeared on Wall Street Week and recommended Nucor.
M. Kimelman & Co. becomes a Registered Investment Advisor.
M. Kimelman & Co. moves to 100 Park Avenue.
Sheila journeys to China with the FWA, where they were invited to study the nation’s economic structure, business enterprises, political framework, and social organizations.
Bernadette Murphy joins M. Kimelman & Co., bolstering the firm’s stock selection and technical analysis.
Scott Kimelman joins the firm as Director of NYSE floor operations. He is one of the youngest members ever to sign the NYSE book.
Scott joins the firm’s research team, which he will eventually lead.
M. Kimelman & Co. renamed Kimelman & Baird, LLC.
Sapan Vyas joins the firm.
Yasmeen Mock joins the firm.
Joyce Chan joins the firm.
Scott Kimelman is named partner.
Sapan Vyas and Yasmeen Mock are named partners.
Nicole Wilson joins the firm.
K&B celebrates 50 years of business.
After 40 years at 100 Park Avenue, K&B moves to 800 3rd Avenue.
K&B rolls out FinLife to better identify each client’s unique relationship with money.
With over $1B in assets under management, K&B continues to serve every client with a personalized, white-glove approach to financial life management.