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- Agency assigns city an 'A+' credit rating. // Crain's Cleveland Business;6/27/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 26, p7
This article reports that credit rating agency Fitch Inc. has judged the city of Cleveland, Ohio's credit quality to be "high" for a coming, $38 million bond issue by the city. The bonds are scheduled to sell June 29 through a group led by Cleveland-based investment firm SBK-Brooks Investment...
- A NEW DEAL FOR SBK-BROOKS. Hughes, Alan; Brown, Carolyn M. // Black Enterprise;Dec2003, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p28
Focuses on a bond financing transaction for the Ohio State University in Columbus, completed by SBK-Brooks Investment Corp. Purpose of the proceeds; Other deals of SBK; Comments from Eric L. Small, CEO of SBK.
- TAA selects underwriters for terminal expansion. Kjos, Tiffany // Inside Tucson Business;12/27/99, Vol. 9 Issue 40, p12
Presents news items related to securities, loans and investments in Tucson, Arizona for the week ended December 27, 1999. Underwriters appointed by the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) in Texas tasked with the management of its $50 million bond issue; Performance of Fifth Third Bank's Quality...
- Money manager launches own firm. Olson, Scott // Indianapolis Business Journal;5/15/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p21
The article reports that David B. Girton, an innovator in the local investment brokerage community, is in the process of launching Liger Securities Corp. (LSC) Previously, he and SBK-Brooks Investment Corp. have partnered on a 200 million dollar bond issue for the Lucas Oil Stadium project. He...
- Unraveled deal may sting Fifth Third. // Indianapolis Business Journal;10/4/93, Vol. 14 Issue 27, p15A
Speculates on the impact of Fifth Third Bancorp's withdrawal of its offer to buy Shelby County Bancorp in Indiana. Reason for withdrawal; Potential cleanup costs.
- Fifth Third takes over Cincinnati offices. // American Banker;12/29/1993, Vol. 158 Issue 246, p2
Reports on Fifth Third Bank's opening of several offices in Cincinnati, Ohio. Use of offices formerly owned by First Financial Savings Association; Merger agreement between Fifth Third's parent Fifth Third Bancorp and Tristate Bancorp.
- Fifth Third entering the annuities arena. Kimelman, John // American Banker;4/17/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 72, p10
Reports on Fifth Third Securities Inc.'s offer of both fixed and variable annuities throughout Ohio. Enhancement of investment line-up due to increase in demand; Offer of guaranteed interest rate by fixed annuities; Provision of potential for long-term growth of principal by variable annuities;...
- Fifth Third on the prowl for fee businesses to buy. Chase, Brett // American Banker;6/23/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 119, p4
Reports on the Cincinnati, Ohio-based Fifth Third Bancorp's hunt for fee-businesses, particularly investment management and data processing companies. Michael Brumm's focus on the acquisitions and goals for the company; Bank's interest in buying mortgage and leasing companies; Company's...
- Fifth Third grows in custody by signing new customers, not buying out competitors. Fraser, Katharine // American Banker;7/1/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 125, p14
Reports on Cincinnati, Ohio-based Fifth Third Bancorp's expansion of its custody and fund administration business. Focus on the company's subsidiary, Fifth Third Securities Services Group.