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Search Results: Bond Finance\Private Activity Bonds
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Private Activity Bonds: Comparing How the Structure and Use of These Bonds in Kansas Compares to Other StatesMembers only Login
The Kansas Legislative Division of Post Audit examined how Kansas and other states used private activity bonds in calendar years 2016 through 2018. In this audit, they used data from CDFA and other states to determine how states used private...
More States Facing Shortage in Private Activity Bonds for Rental HousingMembers only Login
Another affordable rental housing funding crisis is brewing–a crisis in the supply of private activity bonds (PABs). PABs are a big part of the answer to the affordable rental housing crisis, but are subject to the annual state volume cap, in...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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: Effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act One Year LaterMembers only Login
During this webinar, Daniel Kozloff with PFM, Jeffrey Pearsall with PFM, and Jay Bartlett with Citigroup Global Markets Inc. featured the pros and cons and the questions that remained twelve months into the new tax law.
CDFA Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of 2017 Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
This annual CDFA report reviews the 2017 use of private activity bond volume cap and the issuance of cap-subject private activity bonds in every state.
IRS Publication 5005- Your Responsibilities as a Conduit Issuer of Tax-Exempt BondsMembers only Login
The IRS Publication 5005 provides an overview for state and local governments of the responsibilities of the conduit issuer with respect to the tax compliance in municipal financing arrangements commonly known as conduit financings.
Private Activity Bonds: An IntroductionMembers only Login
An Introduction on Private Activity Bonds from the Congressional Research Service
Private Activity Bond Case StudiesMembers only Login
Brandon Lewis from Public Financial Management presents on private activity bond case studies.
Getting to the "Nuts & Bolts"Members only Login
The various financing tools and approaches for brownfields redevelopment is described by Charlie Bartsch from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The Latest in Bond Financing across WashingtonMembers only Login
Geoff Urbina and Cynthia Weed discuss how bonds can be used today to provide a significant portion of a project's capital stack with a special focus on bond financing programs in Washington.
IDAs and The Latest in Bond Financing across ArizonaMembers only Login
Pat Ray explores how IDAs in AZ play a role in economic growth and what we can expect for overall trends in issuance and performance.
CDFA Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of 2016 Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
This annual CDFA report reviews the 2016 use of private activity bond volume cap and the issuance of cap-subject private activity bonds in every state.
Compliance Guidelines for Tax-Exempt BondsMembers only Login
This document explains the guidelines and practices that Stanford follows to remain in compliance with rules relating to tax-exempt bonds. Compliance is required both upon the issuance of the bonds and during the post-issuance phase which extends...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Capturing the Success of High Performing DFA'sMembers only Login
This month’s CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series on Capturing the Success of High Performing DFA's featured Tim Fisher of CDFA, Paul Toth of Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, Gary Smith of Chester County Economic Development...
Harvey Rogers, Economic Development Financing in Oregon: from the Sublime to the RidiculousMembers only Login
Harvey Rogers described the current bond market in Oregon and explored bond financing case examples which prove their effectiveness in addressing critical infrastructure needs.
Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority - Hospitals & Health Systems FinanceMembers only Login
Dennis Reilly, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Health & Educational Facilities Authority (WHEFA), discusses WHEFA's approach to non-profit healthcare finance.
Financing Solutions for Rural Food and Agricultural Systems: Aggie BondsMembers only Login
Tammy Nebola from Iowa Finance Authority covers Beginning Farmer Loan “Aggie Bond” Program from the perspective of the most active issuer of the bonds.
Bonds as a Bedrock of Development FinanceMembers only Login
Catherine Courtney (Briggs and Morgan, P.A.) discusses how this bonds can be used today to provide a significant portion of a project’s capital stack with a special focus on bond financing programs in Minnesota. Of special focus are 501(c)(3) bonds.
CDFA Annual Volume Cap Report: An Analysis of 2015 Private Activity Bond & Volume Cap Trends
This annual CDFA report reviews the 2015 use of private activity bond volume cap and the issuance of cap-subject private activity bonds in every state.
IRS Lesson on Exempt Facility BondsMembers only Login
This document from the IRS teaches readers about Exempt Facility Bonds.
Reimagining RiNo… Together Art, Development and Change Andrew Members only Login
Jamie Licko (RiNo Art District), Andrew Feinstein (EXDO Events), and Chandler Romeo (Blue Silo Studios) discuss the RiNo Art District located just north of downtown Denver, now a thriving neighborhood full of remarkable arts and artists that is also...
IRS Publication 4078: Private Activity BondsMembers only Login
This IRS Publication 4078, Tax-Exempt Private Activity Bonds, provides a revised overview of the general federal tax law rules that apply to qualified private activity bonds.
Why Bond Financing?Members only Login
Toby Rittner of CDFA shares the importance that bonds play in the world of development finance, detailing the many different variations of this loan mechanism.
Types of Tax-Exempt BondsMembers only Login
Victoria Bowser and Johnny Hutchinson, both of Squire Patton Boggs, share details on the categories of tax-exempt bonds and the differences between governmental use and private activity bonds.
The Partners Involved, The IssuerMembers only Login
David Weiss of Business Oregon presents the roles and responsibilities common to most issuers of tax-exempt bond financing transactions.
Basics of Bond FinanceMembers only Login
The various types of bonds and important bond terms are explained by James Hamill of California Statewide Communities Development Authority.
Issuing Bonds - The RulesMembers only Login
Ben Barker of the California Municipal Financial Authority and Linda Schakel of Ballard Spahr LLP detail the various rules and items to monitor during issuance of tax exempt bonds.
Bedrock Tools: Bond Finance for Capital Project - from the Issuer’s PerspectiveMembers only Login
Rich Frampton of the Illinois Finance Authority presents insight into capital project financing for manufacturers, 501(c)(3) not-for-profits, and other eligible tax-exempt borrowers.
Unlocking Capital AccessMembers only Login
Representatives from the California Association of Micro Enterprise Opportunity and California Pollution Control Financing Authority look at how California creates access to capital for micro businesses and enterprises.
Economic Development 2.0Members only Login
Larry Kosmont of Kosmont Companies introduces Economic Development 2.0, a new way of understanding and implementing economic development to effectively combat sustainability and resource challenges.
Fashioning Successful Post-RDA Public Financing StrategiesMembers only Login
Panelists from HR&A Advisors Inc. examine direct-based development finance tools from the past, present, and future.
Opportunities in Debt and Capital Financing MarketsMembers only Login
Teveia Barnes from IBank gives a brief overview of IBank's various financial programs.
Financing Private Healthcare in ArizonaMembers only Login
Kutak Rock's Timothy Nash discusses methods to finance private healthcare facilities, highlighting various financing tools such as grants, tax credits, EB-5, and others.
Tax-Exempt Financing for ManufacturersMembers only Login
Victor Napolitano, Senior VP at Alliance Bank of Arizona, discusses methods for Tax-Exempt Financing for Manufacturers.
Washington State Bond Issuance Programs for Economic DevelopmentMembers only Login
Rodney Wendt, Executive Director of WEDFA, provides an overview of bond programs offered in the state of Washington.
Why Bond Financing?Members only Login
Toby Rittner of CDFA shares the importance that bonds play in the world of development finance, detailing the many different variations of this loan mechanism.
Bonds for ManufacturersMembers only Login
Several case studies on bonds used for industrial purposes are presented by Jeff Demonbrun of Gates Capital.
Issuing Bonds - The RulesMembers only Login
Linda Schakel of Ballard Spahr LLP and Jeff Demonbrun of Gates Capital detail the various rules and items to monitor during issuance of tax exempt bonds.
Private Activity Bonds 101Members only Login
Bill Spivey from Florida Development Finance Corporation and Joe Stanton from Broad and Cassel cover the fundamentals of bonds and give a brief overview of the bond market in Florida.
The Basics of Bond FinanceMembers only Login
The various types of bonds and important bond terms are explained by James Hamill of Bridge Strategic Partners.
Bedrock Tools: Bond Finance for Capital Projects - from the Issuer's PerspectiveMembers only Login
Rich Frampton of the Illinois Finance Authority presents insight into capital project financing for manufacturers, 501(c)(3) not-for-profits, and other eligible tax-exempt borrowers.
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