SEC files fraud charges vs. Pryor McClendon, 2 officials
- Pryor McClendon fires back at SEC; levels racism charge. Hume, Lynn // Bond Buyer;06/15/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30662, p1
Reports that Pryor McClendon Counts & Co. and two of its officials are accusing the United States Securities Exchange Commission of racism. Denial of the company on charges of securities fraud; Other charges filed by the commission.
- SEC: Jackson not involved in probe. Whalen, Robert // Bond Buyer;05/20/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30645, p2
Focuses on the letter issued by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission exonerating former Atlanta Mayor Maynard H. Jackson in the enforcement action against Pryor McClendon Counts & Co. Background on the Treasuries fraud investigation.
- Pryor, McClendon firm, 2 others may settle with SEC. Hume, Lynn // Bond Buyer;06/16/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30663, p28
Reports on the United States Securities & Exchange Commission's plans to settle its municipal securities enforcement case Pryor McClendon Counts & Co. Defendants in the case; Terms of the proposed settlement agreement; Overview of the conflict of interest and securities fraud charges filed...
- $400 million deal makers. // Black Enterprise;Oct92, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p86
Presents Malcolm Pryor, Raymond McClendon, and Allen Counts, three of Black Enterprise Magazine's 25 `hottest blacks on Wall Street.' Pryor, McClendon, Counts & Co. (PMC), the country's biggest African-American-owned investment bank; Expertise in government securities as springboard to broad...
- New fund for PMC. Yancey, Wanda R. // Black Enterprise;Sep92, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p20
Announces that Pryor, McClendon, Counts & Co. Inc. (PMC), a black-owned investment banking firm, has been chosen as the underwriter and principal distributor for the Atlanta Growth Fund. Comment from Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson; Mutual funds; Publicly traded Atlanta-based companies; More.
- PMC leads $200 million deal. Scott, M.S. // Black Enterprise;Jan1992, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p11
Discusses events which occurred last October, which made Pryor, McClendon, Counts & Co. (PMC), the first black-owned investment banking firm to be assigned a lead underwriting position by a federal agency. The company was awarded a $200 million mortgaged-backed securities offering from...
- Bond offering lifts Howard U. Kelly, Joyce // Black Enterprise;Sep93, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p18
Reports that Pryor, McClendon, Counts & Co., Inc. and Howard University collaborated on a $33-million tax-exempt bond offering for the university--the first time a historically black college used a black investment bank as the lead underwriting manager for such a project. Overwhelming success...
- Black investment bank gets U.S. bonding job. // New York Amsterdam News;12/10/94, Vol. 85 Issue 50, p30
Reports on the United States Department of Education's appointment of Pryor, McClendon, Counts & Co. Inc. as designated bonding authority for its capital financing program for the historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Program details; Officials' comments.
- TEXAS: Obeying the SEC. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;1/22/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31308, p37
Reports on the plans of two former Arlington City Council members to close their investment management business as a result of securities fraud lawsuit by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Allegations against companies involved in the fraud.