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Search Results: Bond Finance
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Bond Financing for Healthcare & Housing Projects - John Wooten, Philip Angelo, Colin Kalvas, Ryan Kozak, Dennis Reilly
John Wooten, Philip Angelo, Colin Kalvas, Ryan Kozak, and Dennis Reilly present Bond Financing for Healthcare & Housing Projects
CDFA Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of 2018 Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
This annual CDFA report reviews the 2018 use of private activity bond volume cap and the issuance of cap-subject private activity bonds in every state.
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Analysis of the 2018 CDFA Volume Cap Report and Capital Markets ReviewMembers only Login
The annual CDFA Volume Cap report is an essential outline of national private activity bond issuance trends and is used by issuers, researchers, trade groups, and political offices to understand the private activity bond landscape. During this...
Public Banking in the Northeast and Midwest States Members only Login
This report, authored by the Northeast-Midwest Institute, lays out the major models of public banking around the world and in the United States and examines their various advantages, obstacles, and feasibility of implementation. This report...
Navigating the Opportunity Zones: A Playbook for Community Development
CDFA and LISC collaborated on this report, which is designed to offer community organizations an overview of the possible trajectories and best practices to consider when designing community-based Opportunity Zones strategies.
Tax-Exempt Bond Financing for Beginning and Low-Equity Farmers: The Case of Aggie BondsMembers only Login
Established in the 1980s, the ‘‘Aggie Bond’’ program provides beginning and low-equity farmers with access to capital. The bonds, which pay tax-exempt interest, may be used by qualifying famers for purchases of farm real estate and equipment. The...
CDFA Conduit Bond Fee Study
The CDFA Conduit Bond Fee Study evaluates the landscape of current conduit bond fees in order to share best practices and common structures employed by conduit bond issuers across the country. The CDFA Conduit Bond Fee Study only looks at fees...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Conduit Bond Fees - A Look Behind the NumbersMembers only Login
As the bond market changes, bond issuers must work diligently to keep their fee structures up to date. During this installment of the CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series, we looked beyond the fee structures and broke down the...
The Partners Involved - Lisa HaganMembers only Login
Lisa Hagan with Hawkins Delafield & Wood presents on the Partners Involved.
Issuing Bonds - The Rules - Ann Fillingham, Lauren Mack Members only Login
Ann FIllingham with Dykema Gosset and Lauren Mack with Reyes Kurson present on Issuing Bonds - The Rules.
Closing the Deal - Jeff FreeseMembers only Login
Jeff Freese with KeyBanc Capital Markets presents on Closing the Deal.
Types of Tax Exempt Bonds - Lauren Mack, Lynda TemplenMembers only Login
Lauren Mack with Reyes Kurson and Lynda Templen with Husch Blackwell present on Types of Tax Exempt Bonds.
The Partners Involved - David SaferMembers only Login
David Safer with U.S. Bank presents on The Partners Involved.
Why Bond Financing - Toby RittnerMembers only Login
Toby Rittner with the Council of Development Finance Agencies presents on Why Bond Financing?
The Basics of Bond Finance - Valarie Handy, Kristin HansonMembers only Login
Valarie Handy with Handy Enterprises and Kristin Hanson with Public Finance Management present on The Basics of Bond Finance.
The Partners Involved - Robert SwangerMembers only Login
Robert Swanger with Stern Brothers presents on the Partners Involved.
Structuring the Deal - Brian CooperMembers only Login
Brian Cooper with Baker Tilly presents on Structuring the Deal.
Structuring the Deal - John WootenMembers only Login
John Wooten with Well Fargo Securities presents on Structuring the Deal.
Bond Financing Case Studies - Samuel BozzollaMembers only Login
Samuel Bozzolla with Allegheny County Economic Development presents on Bond Financing Case Studies.
Regional Resilience Toolkit: 5 Steps to Build Large Scale Resilience to Natural DisasterMembers only Login
Cities, regions, and states across the country are facing natural disasters that can have devastating effects on life, property, the economy, and ecosystems. Climate change is already having observable effects on the environment, and past conditions...
Public-Private Partnership (P3) Procurement: A Guide for Public OwnersMembers only Login
This Public-Private Partnership Procurement Guide (Guidebook) provides advanced guidance on procedures, issues, and considerations involved in public-private partnership (P3) procurement of surface transportation projects, with a focus on highway...
BNY Mellon: Why Municipal Revenue Over General Obligation BondsMembers only Login
When investing within the large, diverse municipal bond market with $4.0 trillion of municipal debt outstanding and over 50,000 issuers, investors must generally choose between two broad categories of bonds: revenue and general obligation (GO). Both...
Using Opportunity Fund Capital with Bonds - FramptonMembers only Login
Rich Frampton from Illinois Finance Authority sets the stage to discuss using Opportunity Fund capital with Bonds in Illinois.
Using Opportunity Fund Capital with Bonds - Chris KaneMembers only Login
Chris Kane from Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Real Estate discusses C-PACE with Opportunity Zone Equity in Illinois.
Soil Wealth: Investing in Regenerative Agriculture Across Asset ClassesMembers only Login
As the investment community in the United States, particularly within the fields of sustainable, responsible, and impact investing, shows an increasing appetite for investing in sustainable agriculture and food systems across asset classes, a subset...
2019 Q2 CDFA Quarterly Legislative Update
In the second Quarterly Legislative Update of 2019, CDFA's Legislative Team discussed progress on pending CDFA legislation, other pending development finance legislation such as extenders, as well as what to expect from Congress in the coming months.
CDFA Food Finance White Paper Series: Food Systems & Bonds
Researched and written by CDFA, this is the third white paper in a series examining the potential creation of a food systems asset class that supports the market growth of local and regional food systems. This paper focuses specifically on bond...
Financing Native Nations: Access to Capital MarketsMembers only Login
One-third of reservation-based Native Americans fall below the poverty line, and the nations governing these reservations, unable to spur economic development, struggle to provide even the most basic services. Yet, despite their difficulty in...
Access to Capital and Credit in Native CommunitiesMembers only Login
This document, “Access to Capital and Credit in Native Communities: A Data Review” (Data Review) begins to answer the questions: Where does Native America stand now in terms of capital and credit access? What has been the effect of new action and...
P3 Case Studies - John WendlingMembers only Login
John Wendling with UMB Bank presents on P3 Case Studies during the Intro P3 Finance WebCourse.
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: The Landscape of Mega Project InitiativesMembers only Login
During this installment of the CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series, expert speakers from CAI Global, Baltimore Development Corporation, Arlington Economic Development, and VEDP provided an in-depth overview of the approaches being used by cities,...
Moody's: Rule Designating Muni Bonds as High-Quality Liquid Assets is Credit Positive for IssuersMembers only Login
The rule allows banks to count investment-grade municipal obligations as level 2B high-quality liquid assets (HQLAs), and is credit positive for municipal issuers because it will continue to make these bonds attractive investments for banks, bolster...
IRS Provides Guidance on Refinancings of Tribal Economic Development BondsMembers only Login
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on May 22, 2019, issued much awaited guidance in Notice 2019-39. This Notice allows for refinancings or refundings by Native American tribal governments of Tribal Economic Development bonds and loans (TEDs) without...
Impact Investing in Sustainable Food and AgricultureMembers only Login
As interest in sustainable food systems and agricultural value chains grows, increasing numbers of investors are beginning to explore high-impact investing opportunities in food, farming, and forestry across asset classes.
Growing Green Bond Markets: The Development of Taxonomies to Identify Green Assets Members only Login
Green bond guidelines are being implemented across the globe to support issuers and investors in selecting and reporting on suitable projects. However, a gap of adoption of green definitions remains, suggesting the need to develop consistent...
Financing Low-Carbon Buildings and Energy Efficiency in the Green Bond MarketMembers only Login
There are substantial opportunities to leverage green bonds to finance low-carbon buildings and energy efficiency in the country. Issuance across the world shows that capital markets can be accessed to finance energy efficiency and buildings....
CDFA - PFM Capital Markets Webinar Series: What Your Bond Finance Team Worries AboutMembers only Login
During this webinar, Bethany Pugh, Managing Director at PFM, Todd Fraizer, Managing Director at PFM, Austin McGuan, Director, Stifel Nicolaus & Company, Matthew Eisel, Managing Director at PFM, and Robert McCarthy, Partner with Bricker & Eckler LLP...
U.S. Department of Transportation: Build America Bureau OverviewMembers only Login
Roger Bohnert from the U.S. Department of Transportation provides an overview of the financing programs offered through the Build America Bureau at the 2019 CDFA Federal Policy Conference.
Case Studies and New Opportunities in Sustainable Infrastructure FinanceMembers only Login
David Rogers from Frost Brown Todd offers case studies and creative financing structures to support sustainable infrastructure projects at the 2019 CDFA Federal Policy Conference.
CDFA - PFM Capital Markets Webinar Series: Emerging Technology and the Capital MarketsMembers only Login
During this webinar, Bethany Pugh, Managing Director with PFM, Robert Novembre, CEO & Founder of Clarity Market Holdings, Lindsey Brannon, Head of Finance at Neighborly, and Gregg Bienstock, CEO & Co-Founder of Lumesis discussed how emerging...
Building Resiliency Through Green InfrastructureMembers only Login
Cities have recently integrated more green infrastructure strategies into their climate resiliency planning. Creating climate-resilient cities takes more than a series of infrastructure investments; more than sea walls and permeable pavement. It...
Understanding TIF Bond Financing - Lori TrevinoMembers only Login
Lori Trevino with Moody's Investor Services presents on Understanding TIF Bond Financing during the Intro TIF WebCourse.
Fundamentals of Bond Financing in GeorgiaMembers only Login
From the Georgia Development Authority Handbook, Chapter 8 explains in great detail how bond financing works in Georgia.
2019 Q1 CDFA Quarterly Legislative Update
In this first quarter installment of the CDFA Quarterly Legislative Update, CDFA's Legislative Team provides an update on what we can expect from Congress in 2019, an overview of the 2019 CDFA Policy Agenda and a briefing on our recent conversations...
New TEFRA Regulations for Qualified Private Activity BondsMembers only Login
Beginning April 1, 2019, issuers of qualified private activity bonds will be governed by a new set of TEFRA regulations (the Final TEFRA Regulations). The Final TEFRA Regulations, which stem from the Treasury Department’s 2017 Proposed Regulations...
CDFA - PFM Capital Markets Webinar Series: Financing for Climate ResilienceMembers only Login
During this webinar, Eric Espino with PFM, Heather Green with the City and County of San Francisco, and Bob Gamble with PFM discussed how cities are addressing the challenges of climate change and the types of bond and financing structures being...
Case Studies - Chris BurnhamMembers only Login
Chris Burnham with Development Finance Authority of Summit County presents a case study during Intro Bond Finance WebCourse.
The Basics of Bond Finance - James HamillMembers only Login
James Hamill with California Statewide Communities Development Authority presents the basics of bond finance during the Intro Bond Finance WebCourse.
The Partners Involved - Jeff FreeseMembers only Login
Jeff Freese with KeyBanc Capital Markets presents on The Partners Involved during the Intro Bond Finance WebCourse.
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