Jason Teeters has joined Siebert Cisneros Shank & Co. as senior managing director in the corporate finance and capital markets division, the firm announced on Thursday.
Teeters joins SCSCO from Barclays, where he had worked since 2005, serving as a director in that firm’s investment banking division.
During his 12-year investment banking career, Teeters has executed transactions totaling over $200 billion in aggregate amounts across domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate divestitures, investment grade and high-yield bonds, acquisition finance, and equity and equity-linked offerings for global multinational companies and private equity firms.
Teeters will report to John Rhea, president of SCSCO’s corporate finance and capital markets division where he will work out of SCSCO’s New York headquarters at 100 Wall Street. Teeters and Rhea aim to further expand the firm’s corporate finance business to match or exceed its municipal finance activity.
“This is a clear signal that we are ready and eager to compete in the corporate finance sector with the same tenacity and success that we do on the municipal side,” said Chairwoman and CEO Suzanne Shank. “Jason will add tremendous value to our capital markets team and help continue to deliver the strong results that our clients have come to expect.”
In his new role, Teeters will provide primary coverage responsibility for large- and mid-cap corporate issuers across multiple industries, lead the firm’s strategic advisory platform and take responsibility for the training and development of its junior bankers.
“I look forward to taking advantage of this opportunity and I’m particularly excited to develop our young talent to provide even greater support to our senior bankers,” Teeters said.
A Philadelphia area native, Teeters is a graduate of Washington & Lee University and received his MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.
Dual headquartered in New York and Oakland, SCSCO has 17 offices nationwide. It has transacted over $1.4 trillion of municipal bonds and $1.1 trillion of corporate bond and equity transactions since its founding in 1996.