Our public finance professionals provide financing options to fund public improvements. Their knowledge and expertise help community leaders raise the necessary capital through bond issues to help enhance the quality of life in communities across the Midwest, as well as those in neighboring states. Clients include government and not-for-profit organizations, such as school and utility districts, counties, colleges and universities, health care networks, municipalities, sanitary improvement districts and special projects.
Our team of investment bankers has developed areas of expertise, including:
Public finance plays an important role in community development by managing and marketing bond issues for communities of all sizes.
Bonds are an important source of funding for health care facilities. Our public finance team has underwritten bonds for all types and sizes of facilities.
Public finance has provided guidance to school districts for special elections and other bond issues, in addition to underwriting and issuing those bonds. More than just underwriting and issuing bonds, we provide leadership for other issues important to school districts.
Public Power and Utilities
We are dedicated to our public power and utilities clients and are prepared to manage the regulatory complexities that often arise with these bond issues.
Sanitary Improvement Districts, Natural Resources Districts and Water Districts
Our team of public finance professionals is experienced in these areas and can help you evaluate and execute your financing options.
Financing of public and private higher education is unique and requires the comprehensive scope of experience of our public finance team.
Our experience is not limited to the preceding categories. We are involved with specialty bond issues of all types, including Industrial Development Revenue Bonds and other non-governmental financing. We welcome clients with special projects.
When acting as an underwriter, Ameritas Investment Corp. (AIC) is not acting as a Municipal Advisor. The information contained herein is not a recommendation, not intended as advice and not subject to a fiduciary duty pursuant to Section 15B of the Exchange Act. As an underwriter, AIC and its representatives are acting in AIC’s interest. Please consult your own advisors or experts as you deem appropriate before acting on this information or material.