Forget the big guys: Miller Johnson takes a small-town approach

Sherman, Lynn
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/04/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30591, p27
Trade Publication
Profiles Miller Johnson and Kuehn Inc., a small municipal underwriter based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Competitive and negotiated works; Issues by use of proceeds; Business strategy; Effort to get better at a niche which includes banks, trust departments and credit unions; Major competitors; Juran & Moody division; Key management personnel.


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