Quigley’s Corner 11.06.19 Mischler Earns Co-Manager Role on Synchrony $25 Preferred Deal
Below is excerpted from the IG Corporate Primary and Secondary Market Talking Points section of today’s edition of Quigley’s Corner, authored and published by Ron Quigley, Mischler Financial Group Managing Director & Head of Fixed Income Syndicate.
Mischler Financial, our nation’s oldest Service Disabled Veteran broker-dealer was named a Co-Manager on today’s $750mm Synchrony Financial (BB-/B) $25 par fixed-rate non-cumulative PerpNC5 Preferred, Series “A” transaction. We thank the folks at SYF Treasury/Funding for the opportunity to demonstrate Mischler’s distribution capabilities. Also, a tip of the cap to Captain Morgan for another successful Preferred transaction.
Above is extracted from IG Corporate Primary & Secondary Talking Points section of Wednesday, November 06, 2019 edition of Quigley’s Corner aka “QC” distributed via email to institutional investment managers, lead underwriter syndicate desks and Fortune Treasury clients of Mischler Financial Group, the investment industry’s oldest diversity-certified broker-dealer owned and operated by Service-Disabled Veterans.
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