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INVESTMENT BANKING SERVICES

With history that dates back 90 years, the Public Finance division of BOSC Inc. offers a full array of investment banking services, including corporate and public underwriting, financial advisory services and private placements. Our experienced investment bankers provide effective funding alternatives to meet the capital improvement needs of state and local governments, Native American entities, colleges and universities, corporations, hospitals, schools and public trusts throughout the regions we serve.

Summary of BOSC, Inc.'s Sales
and Trading Distribution Network

Our offices are centrally located, enhancing our ability to serve clients within the Southwest and throughout the nation. Our commitment to client service, with an emphasis on long-term relationships, is a cornerstone of our success.

Municipal Sales, Trading and Underwriting Capabilities

BOSC, Inc. has 251 registered representatives that participate in providing investment banking services and the distribution of fixed income securities throughout Texas, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Wisconsin. Of these 251 professionals, 119 are devoted to the distribution of municipal bonds, which includes:

  • 56 institutional brokers;
  • 57 retail sales representatives; and
  • 6 municipal traders/underwriters.

Our Rankings

Texas Public Finance
Oklahoma Public Finance


© BOSC, Inc. Securities offered through BOSC, Inc., a registered broker/dealer, member FINRA/SIPC and a subsidiary of BOK Financial Corporation. Advisory services offered through BOSC, Inc. d/b/a BOK Financial Advisors, an SEC registered investment adviser. Investments and insurance are not insured by the FDIC; are not deposits or other obligations of, and are not guaranteed by, any bank or bank affiliate. All investments are subject to risk, including possible loss of principal.