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Mirador Relocates-Plans Stamford, Connecticut, Headquarters

Mirador, a leading managed services firm in the wealth management industry, is expanding its operations and relocating its headquarters to Stamford, Connecticut. The project is expected to create 250 jobs over the next three years.

The company will be relocating its headquarters from Darien to 850 Canal Street. All of the Mirador’s employees are expected to be at the new 20,000 square foot location by the end of the summer.

“Building our business from a one-room, 350 square foot suite and now moving into a new 20,000 square foot headquarters in six short years is humbling and exciting at the same time,” Joseph Larizza, founder and managing partner of Mirador, said. “We can’t wait to move our employees into a space we can call our own and make Stamford our new home.”

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) is supporting the project by providing a grant in arrears up to $3,237,038, contingent upon the firm's job creation targets.

“Connecticut’s economy is growing, and that is due in large part to companies like Mirador that are making the strategic decision to invest and grow here,” Governor Lamont said. “Connecticut has the top-flight workforce talent to help tech-focused companies like Mirador thrive. I am proud that this fast-growing company will continue to call Connecticut home as it rapidly expands and creates new jobs. I congratulate Joseph and the whole Mirador team on the success they’ve had so far, and I thank them for believing in, and investing in, our great state.”

Mirador combines powerful data science with deep financial expertise to provide best-of-breed services to those who serve significant wealth; Single Family Offices, Wealth Managers and RIAs, Endowments and Foundations.

“Companies like Mirador are a perfect fit for Connecticut,” DECD Commissioner David Lehman and Peter Denious, president and CEO of the nonprofit organization AdvanceCT, said in a joint statement. “The investment they are making in people and technology represents the future of the financial services industry. Connecticut is well-placed to provide Mirador with the financial talent they are looking for, as well as the technology talent they will need to compete in the ever-evolving financial services industry. Their business will be more competitive because of their decision to further invest in our state.”

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