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Blaylock Van, LLC – 2023 Year End Review

Blaylock Van will be celebrating 33 years in business in November 2024. As we kick off the new year, we’re taking a look back at our success, growth and performance throughout 2023. Read our retrospective here

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Blaylock Van served as Senior Manager for the $24,825,000 Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Agency (“AURA”) Revenue Bonds (Municipal Improvements Project) Series 2024, issued in April 2024.

1,000,000,000 Secondary Market Municipal Securities Traded

Blaylock Van, LLC – 2023 Year End Review

Blaylock Van will be celebrating 33 years in business in November 2024. As we kick off the new year, we’re taking a look back at our success, growth and performance throughout 2023. Read our retrospective here

Blaylock Van, LLC – 2022 Year End Review

Wall Street’s Oldest Black-Owned Investment Bank Makes History

Blaylock Van L.L.C, Wall Street’s oldest continually operating Black-owned investment banking firm, has gained more success in the last year as more American companies and municipalities recognize the value of doing business with Diverse Business Enterprises (DBE), especially when it comes to Black-owned businesses within the financial services industry.

Blaylock Van LLC: Bigger and Stronger, the New Wave of Growth Has Yet to Come

Wall Street’s Oldest Continually Operating Black-Owned Investment Banking Firm Blaylock Van Furthers Legacy of Corporate Diversity

Blaylock Van, LLC serves as one of four Black-owned firms to syndicate Citi’s recent $2.5 billion bond issuance

Up Against Wall Street Bond Giants, Minority Firms Want More

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