RMB Capital Re-Opens Office in Chicago’s Western Suburbs

November 14, 2022

By ldraper on November 14, 2022

CHICAGO- November 14, 2022RMB Capital (“RMB”), an independent investment advisory firm with more than $8.7 billion in assets under management1 (estimated as of September 30, 2022), announced it is re-opening its location in Chicago’s western suburbs. The new office is located at 17W110 22nd Street, Suite 700, Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., directly across from Oak Brook Center mall, and will open on Nov. 14. 

The new office marks the re-opening of RMB’s presence in Chicago’s western suburbs. The firm previously had a location in Oakbrook Terrace, but the lease came up shortly after the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, and the firm paused its search for a space when most offices had transitioned to remote work and client meetings. With the return of in-person work and events, the firm sought to re-establish an outpost in the area. 

“Many of our firm’s employees and longtime clients have deep ties to the western suburbs, so we’re thrilled to be back open there so we can once again serve our clients in the area in person,” said RMB Capital founding partner and CEO Dick Burridge, who is a native of Hinsdale. “Like many firms, we had to reevaluate our office space during the pandemic, but our goal was always to re-open a location in this critical region for our business as soon as conditions allowed. We’re thrilled to be back.”

For more information about the new Oakbrook Terrace location or RMB’s other locations nationwide, please visit: https://rmbcapital.com/contact-us.


1 Total assets under management (“AUM”) presented here differs from regulatory assets under management (“RAUM”) reported on RMB Capital’s Form ADV. AUM reflects net assets under management for private funds and mutual funds managed by RMB Capital, while RAUM reflects gross assets under management. AUM also includes RMB West’s assets under advisement, which are not included in RMB Capital’s RAUM. AUM estimated as of 9/30/22.

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