Loop Capital Chairman & CEO Jim Reynolds recently sat down with BNY Mellon Managing Director, Tonia Bottoms to discuss how both firms are able to impact minority communities and grow their businesses together.
In the second quarter of 2022, BNY Mellon issued $1.7 billion of senior medium-term notes with Loop Capital as one of three minority-owned financial institutions acting as joint lead bookrunners. Loop Capital’s deep expertise and knowledge of complex debt resulted in BNY Mellon selecting the firm as a joint lead bookrunner on a significant bond issuance.
“I’m very happy and proud to have BNY Mellon as a partner,” said Reynolds. “You’re going to see us changing the landscape in society. I think we’ll be doing a lot of that together.”
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