For Professional Investors

Direct access to municipal bonds.

Access world-positive investment opportunities that match your clients'
objectives and leverage cutting-edge market data and commentary.

Neighborly Securities is a registered broker dealer.

Neighborly offers direct access to new issue municipal bond opportunities. We participate in state and local transactions for mission positive projects to bring new products, concepts and strategies to an evolving marketplace.

Access to upcoming transactions
Neighborly deal calendar

Neighborly Securities is an active participant in primary market municipal bond transactions for mission positive projects. Our deal calendar, found on the pro investor dashboard, provides a look at current and upcoming issuances with direct links to the issuance page and offering documents.

Highlighted issuances
  • Cambridge, MA
  • Burlington, VT
  • Lawrence, KS
  • State Public Works Board, CA
City of Cambridge, MA

General Obligation Bonds, 2017 Series A

Senior Manager

February 2017

Bond buyer medal
2017 Deal of the Year Winner, Most Innovative Non-Traditional Financing

The beginnings of modern public finance.

In February 2017, Cambridge pioneered the beginning of something truly revolutionary – offering online tradable bonds directly to its constituents. The issuance was restricted to Cambridge residents with tight limits on maximum denominations to encourage more orders.

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Neighborly Insights

Commentary from industry experts on the municipal bond market and periodic reports throughout the week on events relevant to your portfolio.

Upcoming events
Neighborly will be participating in these upcoming events.
Please join us! We'd love the opportunity to speak with you.
October 23, 2017
Washington, DC

NDC - Rethinking How We Invest

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November 1, 2017
San Diego, CA

SRI Conference

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Issuers on the
Neighborly Data Platform
Banks, wealth managers and institutions
in the Neighborly Capital Network
Annual bond-buying power of the
Neighborly Capital Network