A Marriage Made in Cyberspace: MunicipalTrade Buys MuniDirect

Wisniewski, Mary
August 2001
Bond Buyer;8/2/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31194, p35
Trade Publication
Reports the acquisition of the Internet-based municipal bond brokerage, MuniDirect.com by the Municipal Trade, an online finance investment bank based in Atlanta, Georgia. Impact of the deal for the increase of retail marketing; Assistance for MuniDirect customers for access to primary market; Forecasts for the success in business as a result of the buyout.


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