In May 2016 Siebert Brandford Shank served the Department of Water and Power of the City of Los Angeles as senior manager of its Power System Revenue Bonds, 2016 Series A which funded capital improvements to the Department’s Power System and refund certain of its Series 2007A Bonds. Extensive pre-marketing efforts resulted in robust retail orders and strong institutional demand allowed tightening of spreads. The refunding generated over $10 million of savings for the Department.
City of Kansas City's January 2016 issuance of Sewer System Improvement and Refunding Revenue Bonds funded sewer system improvements, including part of their $4.5 billion consent decree-driven overflow program, and advanced and current refundings.
In November of 2015 Siebert Brandford Shank's successful underwriting performance allowed LAWA to increase the size of the AMT series by approximately $25 million. Additionally, the 2041 term bond of the 2015 Series D AMT Bonds were priced with a spread of 55 basis points—the lowest long-term AMT spread ever for an airport financing.
Siebert Brandford Shank's robust marketing campaign and sales efforts generated more than $900 million of investor orders and helped the County achieve over $20 million in savings without extending the life of the debt.
SBSCO served as senior manager for the City of New York’s $750.4 million General Obligation Bonds, Fiscal 2016 Series A and B, pricing and selling these bonds to retail and institutional investors.
This August 2015 transaction was the school district's largest non-rated deal and followed an in-depth pre-marketing process.
Siebert Brandford Shank served Broward County as senior manager for this transaction in June 2015. Rating agency upgrades, strong investor outreach, and sales force marketing, combined with flexibility and patience by County finance staff in approaching the pricing schedule, enabled the transaction to price in optimal market conditions, leading to attractive pricing levels and significant savings for its water and sewer system.