Northland Securities, Inc. | MI Public Finance Team

by MAPSA, on Aug 13, 2021 1:42:16 PM

Northland Securities, Inc. is a leading underwriter of tax‐exempt bonds in the Midwest. They focus on providing a wide array of municipal underwritings and bond issues, and value‐added services, such as analysis, insight, strategy, and education. Northland offers underwriting; private placement; financial advisory; and debt management and issuance services to charter schools throughout the Midwest. Northland has acted as the underwriter or financial advisor on bond issues for over 400 Midwest communities.

Northland’s advantages include commitment to integrity, creative solutions to complex issues, engaged team approach, along with customized financial planning models and staff with depth and experience. Northland Securities is committed to providing financial services that yield outstanding results through an ever‐changing marketplace with a complete solution to meet our client’s needs.

Contact Person: Bill Roche / James Wencel
E-Mail Address: 
Phone: 586-745-8065
Address: 100 Maple Park Blvd., Suite 142
City: St. Clair Shores
State: MI
Postal Code: 48081
Service Areas:consulting servicesadmin/financial/HR

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