Municipal Finance

Williams Capital maintains a full service municipal finance practice that serves municipalities nationally across a wide range of sectors including general infrastructure, transportation, utilities, education, housing, public power and pension funding. We offer our municipal clients the following services:

  • Primary Market Underwriting
  • Investment Banking and Advisory
  • Secondary Market Trading
  • Commercial Paper Remarketing
  • Broker/Dealer Services

Williams Capital clients include some of the largest and most notable issuers in the country. Our municipal activities resulted in WCG being ranked 19th as co-manager underwriter for negotiated municipal bonds in 2015, according to Thomson Reuters.

Experienced Professionals

Williams Capital’s senior investment banking, sales/trading and underwriting professionals bring innovation to our clients by providing value added financing solutions and execution that minimize our clients’ financing costs and improve their balance sheets and income statements. Our senior banking and capital markets professionals average over 25 years of experience in the municipal finance sector and have provided lead managed services on complex transactions and inaugural credits for a broad range of issuers nationally.

Distribution Strength

Williams Capital is an institutionally-oriented firm, combining its dedicated municipal and corporate taxable salesforces to enhance distribution of our clients’ securities. This dual salesforce permits Williams Capital to add value by attracting crossover buyers to our clients’ offerings. Further, WCG focuses on adding value by cultivating relationships not only with large institutions, but also with institutional investors that have assets under management between $1 billion and $50 billion. Our added focus on second-tier and third-tier institutions permits us to bring investor diversification to an offering and, ultimately, broaden distribution of our clients’ securities in a way that differentiates us from larger firms, which do not typically cover these accounts.