Equity Capital Markets

For more than 40 years, Raymond James has combined focused research, powerful distribution, and solid investment banking advice to serve the needs of growth companies and investors.

Focused Research

Raymond James’ equity research is a cornerstone of the organization. Raymond James and its affiliates in Canada, Europe, and Latin America employ nearly 80 research analysts who cover more than 1,300 companies in nine highly focused industries: Consumer, Energy, Financial Services, Healthcare, Industrial, Mining & Natural Resources, Real Estate, Technology & Communications, and Transportation. We are a top 5 provider of equity research in both the U.S. and North America in terms of companies covered.

Leading Investment Banking

In the last five years, Raymond James has managed well over 400 offerings raising nearly $160 billion, has completed approximately 250 M&A, advisory, and private placement assignments. Industry knowledge and distribution power are central to helping Raymond James’ investment bankers serve the needs of growth companies in the areas of public equity and debt underwriting, private equity and debt placement, and merger and acquisition advisory services.

Extensive Sales Force and Broad Distribution Power

With more than 500 capital markets professionals and approximately 6,300 affiliated financial advisors in North America and Europe, Raymond James boasts one of the eight largest sales forces among all U.S. brokerage firms. Our coverage includes more than 1,000 active domestic accounts and 800 active international accounts. In addition, we have global distribution capabilities, with approximately 25% of institutional commissions generated in ten European offices.

Equity Capital Markets Mission Statement

The Equity Capital Markets mission is to be a premier Investment Bank built on trust and relationships. We will combine insightful, high quality research in select industry sectors with value-added financial advice and world-class distribution to serve the needs of growth companies and the institutional and retail communities that invest in them.