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Our team of seasoned professionals designs portfolios which support the long-term mission of our clients. Based upon the unique challenges, needs and goals of our clients, our group of experts tailor investment solutions which advance their missions and support their ideals. Our investment management team possesses expertise and relationships in a broad network of global industries and, through years of experience and research, understands what it takes to ensure our clients’ investment approach is one structured to yield that most favorable long-term outcome.
Through JLC Infrastructure, an asset management firm focused on the transportation, communications, energy, utilities and social infrastructure sectors across the United States, our investment team has expertise in public-private-partnership (“P3”) and energy infrastructure buyside origination, execution and asset management. We have a differentiated investment strategy and proven access to unique investment opportunities in the infrastructure sector targeting a balanced portfolio with investments in public & private infrastructure assets.
Find out more about JLC Infrastructure here or get in touch with Marlon R. Smith, Managing Director at JLC Infrastructure.
Within the fixed income markets, we provide both a top-down and bottom-up process across sectors, securities and yield curve positioning to institutional clients via our asset management team. Our research-driven, time-tested, and repeatable investment process is designed to capture inefficiencies in the market and deliver outperformance across multiple market cycles.
Loop Capital Markets Serves as Bookrunning Senior Manager for New York City Transitional Finance Authority
Loop Capital Markets served as senior manager on the NYC TFA’s $582.8 million Building Aid Revenue Bonds, Fiscal 2022 Series S-1, Subseries S-1A (Tax-Exempt) transaction. The Bonds were rated Aa3/AA/AA by Moody’s, S&P and Fitch, respectively. Bond proceeds were used to refund all or a portion of NYC TFA’s outstanding bonds to achieve debt service savings.
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