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Richard Easton
Wall Street NY NY
Banking Since 1988

Rare Acquisitions 
Around the Clock
Around the World

The American Banker 2001


"Richard Easton entered Wall Street M&A through the back door. Easton founded a San Francisco bank in 1988 with his own money and signature LC.


When he was ready to sell in 1999, no advisory firm was quick enough, so he sold Easton Bank in three weeks to Merrill Lynch for all cash.

'If you have something someone wants, offered at a fair price with total transparency, acquisitions are easy,' says Easton.

We visited Richard Easton in his new digs at 14 Wall Street, the old JP Morgan Building. M&A has a new team in town."

The American Banker 2001


Historic Assets
Top of Redemption Pyramid

Richard Easton is at the Very Top of the Redemption Pyramid. We take Sellers with us.


As countries worldwide prepare for currency resets backed by historic assets, Richard Easton is making redemption possible around the clock around the world. 


Sellers must supply:

  1. CIS

  2. Provenance Genealogy  

  3. Letter of Non Solicitation 

  4. Types of Assets & Locations

  5. Price Requested & Pay Method 




Richard Easton is a team of highly seasoned professionals. We know first and foremost our fiduciary responsibility is to you our client. 


We specialize in rare acquisitions, targeting what is not typically on the market. These targets include speciality companies and real estate both commercial and residential. We also raise capital and create joint ventures by connecting investors with opportunities. 


We are best at US, EU, UK and MX. Mexico presents unique opportunities because people are hard--working, salaries are fractional and real estate is undervalued. Specific areas are concentrated with highly educated, by-lingual personnel. Savings are 80%. Talk to us.


Reference Acquisitions

"Richard Easton represented me in my sale of the largest FHA Bank to the largest VA Bank.


The deal fell apart a dozen times. Everyone from greedy executives to intolerant attorneys tried to blow up our deal. No one was happy. 


Easton never faltered. They kept their eye on the ball continuously moving downfield to close. Managing all that testosterone, a sea of angry pirates, was what held this deal together.


If you are thinking of buying or selling, hire Easton."

Watermark Bank N.A.