Loop Capital Markets served as Lead Manager for City of Fort Worth’s $139,625,000 General Purpose Refunding and Improvement Bonds Series 2012. The deal was successfully priced during the week of August 20, 2012 and was well received by the market.
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Loop Capital Markets was a Co-Manager in MetLife Inc.’s (A3/A-) $750mm 30-year note offering, which was MET’s first holding company, non-funding agreement backed issuance in nearly 2 years.
Loop Capital Participates as a Co-Manager on Georgia Power's $400 Million Senior Unsecured Bond Transaction
Loop Capital Markets was one of two co-managers in the successful $400 million, 3-year Senior Notes offering by utility operating company Georgia Power Co. (A3/A), a subsidiary of The Southern Company.
On July 25, 2012, IBM Corporation (Aa3/AA-) issued a 10-year benchmark offering, achieving a record-breaking low coupon.
Loop Capital Serves as First-Time Senior Manager on $200 million Financing for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission
On July 17, 2012, Loop Capital Markets priced the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission’s $200.215 million Turnpike Revenue Bonds, Series A of 2012. The transaction marks an important milestone for the firm, as our first senior-managed financing for the Commission and in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in firm history.
On June 27, 2012, Loop Capital Markets successfully priced the City of Los Angeles’ $1.256 billion 2012 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes. The transaction marks an important milestone for the firm, as our largest senior-managed financing in California in firm history.