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By Rick Rothacker, The Charlotte Observer, N.C. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Jan. 6--Over the years, Charlotte's big banks have churned out a number of entrepreneurial employees who have gone on to start their own financial services firms.
One of the latest examples is a Charlotte investment office founded by two former IJL Wachovia brokerage executives.
When Wachovia Corp. and First Union Corp. merged, Ed Dalrymple and David Perkins decided not to stay on with the new brokerage unit, Wachovia Securities.
Instead, they opened a Charlotte office of CapTrust Financial Advisers, a private investment firm that outsources its …