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Apr 27, 2015

@pubfinanalyst" might have some good insight, but it is my impression that Citi has the top practice, followed by JPM and MS. Also, Barclays' Higher Ed group is dominant.

Apr 27, 2015

Depends what you're looking for. Deal flow would be Citi jp baml ms maybe wells who go for top of league table but offer low takedowns for that but revenue per head would be certain groups for Goldman and Barclays who do only a few deals but tend to be more complex

Apr 27, 2015

thanks for the insight. Regarding baml, goldman and Barclays, what would you say are the top groups in each firm? @pubfinanalyst"

Apr 27, 2015

Baml is strong in the general regional issues if you are in a regional group instead of sector based and utility credits and to be honest are generally strong all around , Goldman has transportation and public power Barclays has higher Ed and transportation

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Apr 27, 2015

But some of the more private type comes transactions like power transportation higher Ed and healthcare aren't bamls strengths

Oct 13, 2015

Can you look into Raymond James' Public Finance group?

Aug 17, 2015

Having worked in BAML's public finance healthcare group, I would consider them very strong in that space. Consistent top 3 in league tables by total par issuance, many years #1. Relationships with most of the top NFP healthcare systems in the country and a desk that underwrites aggressively. Citi, JP, GS are also very competitive PFHC groups.

Oct 13, 2015

What about Raymond James? They are a solid mid tier bank I don't know much about their sector groups but it seems like they are more generalists than sector specific but i could be wrong

Oct 13, 2015

Citi has the strongest muni platform on the street.

Oct 13, 2015
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