Hardesty Capital Management, LLC Announces Name Change and Rebrand

Effective February 23, Hardesty will being operating as Tufton Capital Management, LLC

Hunt Valley-based Hardesty Capital Management has rebranded and officially changed their company name to Tufton Capital Management effective immediately. The independently owned investment advisory firm is one of the largest in the region with nearly $1 billion dollars in assets for individual clients and institutions.

The firm previously known as Hardesty was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1995 by Jim Hardesty and Randy McMenamin. The namesake of the company, Jim Hardesty, retired from the firm in April of 2015 and passed away the following month. In explaining the name change, Chad Meyer, President of the firm remarked “The Hardesty name will always connote trust, financial acumen and a deep devotion to our clients. We feel strongly, however, that the contributions of all of our employees, and not just those of our co-founder, be reflected in our corporate name. While Jim Hardesty’s legacy and invaluable contribution to our organization will live on, we believe that a new name will best represent our entire firm as we move forward.”

The Tufton Capital Management name was selected after a thorough evaluative review and was ultimately voted on unanimously by the entire firm. The offices of Tufton Capital, a 13 person firm, overlook the beautiful Tufton Valley of northern Baltimore County. The company will celebrate their 21st anniversary this year.

Tufton Capital Management is an independently owned wealth management and investment advisory firm located in Hunt Valley, Maryland with nearly $1 billion in assets for individual clients and institutions. The 13-person firm, founded in 1995, provides a value-oriented investment approach to high net worth individuals, families and institutions.

For more information, please contact Dana Metzger Cohen or Karen Evander at Clapp Communications at 410-561-8886 or dana@clappcommunications.com or evander@clappcommunications.com.

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