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Financial Printing -- Bulls in a Bear Market

December 2003
BY Chris Bauer

Managing Editor

No segment of the printing industry has undergone the vigorous changes that the financial printing market has experienced in the past few years.

Financial printers traditionally positioned themselves as document experts, who helped clients manage production of documents and regulatory filings. They would manage the style and formats necessary to satisfy SEC financial regulations. As long as the economy sustained business growth, financial printers report that they saw no reason to change. When the economy was booming in the 1990s, financial printers simply invested in building an infrastructure parallel with a market acceleration that, odds are, will never be seen again.












 

Companies Mentioned:

Top 5 Financial Printers
 CompanySegment
Sales
(millions)
Total
Sales
(millions)
1Bowne & Co.
New York
$642$1,003
2RR Donnelley
Chicago
$475$4,754
3Merrill Corp.
Saint Paul, MN
$232$581
4Ennis Business Forms
DeSoto, TX
$50$240
5St. Ives Burrups
Philadelphia
$25$50

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