Generational Group Relocates Corporate Headquarters

By Generational Group


Generational Group, a leading investment banking firm for privately held businesses, has moved its Dallas corporate headquarters to an exciting and dynamic area in Richardson, Texas.

The new area in Richardson, known as CityLine, is comprised of mix use facilities including offices, residential, restaurants, and retail. The new address is 3400 North Central Expressway, Suite 100, Richardson, TX. The area is home to several major corporations including Raytheon and State Farm. 

Heath Flock, Chief Operating Officer of Generational, stated “We are quite pleased with the move into our new office location. The additional space will give us ample room to expand and the area surrounding the new facility is very attractive and well planned. Our associates are really looking forward to all the new amenities found at CityLine.”

Generational Group is one of the leading middle market investment banks in North America, having won multiple industry awards including Investment Banking Firm of the Year in 2018, 2017 and 2016, Valuation Firm of the Year in 2015 and 2014, as well as M&A Consulting Firm of the Year in 2013 and 2011. The firm has solidified its leadership position by providing world class client service and unmatched deal making capabilities. According to Thomson Reuters, in 2018 the Company was once again ranked as the number one middle market investment bank for valuations up to $25 million and number two up to $100 million.

Ryan Binkley, President and CEO of Generational, added “I am excited about our move for several reasons. It gives us room to grow and expand, but it also incorporates the latest technology available to enhance the work environment for our associates. We designed it to be an inviting, productive atmosphere where each associate can grow and thrive. It also builds on our corporate values by providing a great team-building environment. We are really thrilled to become part of this vibrant new office community at CityLine.”