Sandler O'Neill & Partners
- The Little Big Firm That Could
Newsday; Sept. 08, 2002
- Tears, Silence as Firms Remember Their Lost
New York Daily News; Sept. 12, 2002
- It Isn't Easy, but Sandler Thrives
LESLIE WAYNE with CLAUDIA H. DEUTSCH
New York Times; Sept. 10, 2002
- CBS's 60 Minutes Looks at Sept. 11
The investment banking firm Sandler O’Neill lost a third of its employees and all its business records in the attack on the World trade Center. In a new report, Correspondent Steve Kroft finds that business is flourishing as the firm helps the families of its Sept. 11 victims and continues to hire new employees to replace those who were lost.
- Voices of Reflection: Jimmy Dunne Gets Back to Business
To mark the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, NPR News provides comprehensive coverage on the air and online. For Weekend Edition Saturday, September 7, 2002, host Scott Simon talks with Jimmy Dunne, who is working to rebuild his investment firm after it lost 66 people in the attacks.
- Sandler O'Neill's response to the Department of Justice on the
Victim Compensation Fund Interim Rule
January 22, 2002
- The Damaged Spirit of the Sept. 11 Fund
FRED PRICE and MITCH KLEINMAN
01/18/2002 Op-Ed Contribution to the New York Times
The rules of the Victims Compensation Fund protect airlines and others from being sued while denying victim's families fair compensation.
- Starting Over
01/07/2002 Fortune Cover Story
When the planes slammed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, few companies were as hard-hit as a small, close-knit firm called Sandler O'Neill. Of the 83 people in the office that morning, only 17 got out alive. Employees lost mentors, assistants lost bosses, friends lost friends. This is the story of what happened next.
- Editor's Note
01/03/2002 American Banker Page 3A
Supplement: Community Banking January 2002
- KBW, Sandler Retain Grip On Small Bank M&A
01/03/2002 American Banker Page 8A
Supplement: Community Banking January 2002: Markets
- Sandler O'Neill's response to the Notice of Inquiry and Advanced Rulemaking
published on November 5, 2001 in the Federal Register
November 16, 2001
- CBS's 60 Minutes
A segment on Sandler O'Neill was featured on CBS's 60 Minutes on Sunday, October 7th. This segment addressed Sandler O'Neill's efforts to rebuild the company after the September 11th tragedy.