50 years ago, TSW began making a name for itself in Richmond, Virginia. Our clients are always at the heart
of everything we do as a firm. We realize that we wouldn't be celebrating our Golden Anniversary without their
trust and loyalty over the years.
A lot can change in half a century, but our clients have always been our number one priority.
TSW associates participated in the 2018 Field Day RVA to benefit Higher Achievement, a nonprofit organization partnered with local public schools.
Portfolio managers and research analysts collaborate at a research meeting in 2011.
TSW associates competed in the United We CAN food sculpture contest to kick-off the 2015 United Way campaign.
Lori Anderson received an award for her service to the firm.
TSW associates participated in the Race 4 Taylor on Halloween 2015 to benefit Taylor Roberts, the daughter of TSW associate Keri Roberts, who was injured in a car accident.
TSW founders Jack Siegel, Pierce Walmsley, and Matthew Thompson.
Cindy Cogbill and Dawn Ehrhardt celebrate with a high-five during one of TSW’s annual bowling events.
Scott Miller working in TSW's former office located on Monument Avenue.
TSW associates volunteer to pack backpacks for Feed More's BackPack program, which provides meals on the weekend to school children in the surrounding region.
Mark Tyler and Elliott Jones travel to the Great Wall of China during a research trip in 2016.
TSW associates dress up for Halloween in 2018.
Frank Reichel holding TSW's Top Workplaces award in 2014.
Pierce Walmsley and Jack Siegel sit at a computer during the early days of TSW.
Sara Harney volunteers for Meals on Wheels, which delivers meals to homebound seniors and disabled neighbors in Central Virginia.