Whether you’re an individual investor or a registered investment advisor, an investment banking client or an institutional investor, HJ Sims can offer you distinct advantages over a firm comprised of market generalists.
Client Service. At HJ Sims, we listen to clients. Work closely with clients. And we’ll be with you, every step of the way, to help you reach your goals.
Bond Experience and Expertise. In more than 75 years in the business, our focus on bonds has been unwavering. This has enabled us to develop an outstanding team of advisors, bankers, traders, underwriters and credit analysts who are recognized as industry leaders and committed to putting clients first.
Unique Perspective and Offerings. Because we both create and sell bonds, we have a better understanding of both sides of the equation. Our investment banking clients benefit from the depth of our retail and institutional distribution, which can result in lower capital costs for their financings. At the same time, our individual and institutional investors have access to our entire universe of income-generating offerings, including high value bonds they won’t find anywhere else.
Risk Adverse Outlook. We are in the business of making money for our clients, which means we know how to navigate risk, whether we’re creating a financing structure for a senior living community or managing an income-producing portfolio for a retiree.
Impressive Record. We have an impressive, long-term performance record that inspires the confidence of investors, advisors and those seeking to finance capital projects alike. View our track record.
Longevity. Founded in 1935, HJ Sims is still independent and family owned.
Integrity. At the heart of HJ Sims’ Value Statement, integrity is our highest priority. We are a client-centric company. That’s why so many of our clients look to us as a trusted advisor.
Oct 14, 2014
Weekly Market Commentary
Daylight hours are not the only thing shrinking right now. The federal deficit was reduced to $486 billion in the federal fiscal year that ended on September 30 as a result of higher tax rates and sequestration, although it is expected to rise again to $556 billion in 2016.
Oct 16, 2014
Mandatory Reading for Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico’s financial situation need not be a lost cause. They would do well by studying NYC’s strategy in the 1970’s. Also commentary on recent PR Management changes.