Quigley’s Corner 11.18.19 : IG Corporate Primary & Secondary Market Talking Points – Mischler Earns Co-Manager Role on $500mm Morgan Stanley PerpNC5 Series “L” $25 par Preferred
Below is excerpted from 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 diversity-certified broker-dealer owned and operated by Service-Disabled Veterans is honored to have been named a Co-Manager on today’s $500mm (20m share) Morgan Stanley 4.875% PerpNC5 non-cumulative $25 par preferred Stock issuance, Series “L”. We thank Team MS Treasury/Funding,
Above is extract from IG Corporate Primary & Secondary Talking Points section of Quigley’s Corner aka “QC” Monday, November 18, 2019 edition 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.
The QC is a daily synopsis of everything Syndicate and Secondary as seen from the perch of Mischler’s primary debt capital markets desk. Commentary includes a comprehensive “deep dive” with optics on the day’s investment-grade corporate debt new issuance and secondary market data encompassing among other items, comparables, investment-grade credit spreads, new issue activity, secondary market most active issues, and upcoming deal pipeline.To receive Quigley’s Corner, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone 203.276.6646
*Sources: Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, Bloomberg, Bond Radar, Dow Jones Newswire, IFR, Informa Global Markets, Internal Mischler, ITC Markets, Market News International, Prospect News, Stone & McCarthy Research, Refinitiv, Thomson Reuters and of course, a career of sources, contacts, movers and shakers from syndicate desks to accounts; from issuers to originators; from academicians to heads of research, and a host of financial journalists, et al.