Siebert Williams Shank grows far beyond municipal finance
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Siebert Williams Shank grows far beyond municipal finance

Siebert Williams Shank is a top-10 lead manager for municipal issuers. Chief executive Suzanne Shank explains how a merger and building capabilities in commercial paper, share buybacks, corporate bonds, ECM and Spacs show the firm’s determination to keep growing.

Suzanne Shank, Siebert Williams Shank

On March 11 investment bank Siebert Williams Shank announced the first closing of its Clear Vision Impact Fund with $110 million raised from large US corporations including Microsoft, which kicked it off with a $25 million donation after discussions with the firm’s chairman Christopher Williams. Apple, Comcast, Constellation Brands and eBay followed. It will soon start supporting and making loans to minority-owned businesses, which provide employment and training to underserved communities that face a persistent lack of capital for growth.



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Peter Lee is editorial director. He joined Euromoney straight from Oxford University in 1985, and has written about banking and capital markets ever since, being appointed editor in 1999. He became editorial director of Euromoney in May 2005.
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