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Wealth management firm relocates to Stamford

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Palisades Hudson Financial Group, a wealth management and financial planning firm, has relocated its Northeast office from Scarsdale to Stamford.

The company has leased a 5,125-square foot space at First Stamford Place for its nine-person office. E.S.R.T. Realty LLC handled the transaction for the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based company.

“Stamford has excellent office space, topnotch downtown amenities and a strong business environment as a suburban corporate hub, providing easy access for our clients in New York City and its northern suburbs,” said Larry M. Elkin, president of Palisades Hudson Financial Group. “We believe our tax- and wealth-planning skills will be in great demand here.”

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