Vermont HFA Readies $72 Million Sale of Bonds, Bans

Scarchilli, Michael
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/20/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32342, p3
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The article reports that the Vermont Housing Finance Agency will issue revenue bonds and bond anticipation notes for its single-family housing program. $42 million will be priced for retail investors while the remaining $30 million will be issued in the form of Bans. Both the bonds and Bans will be subject to the alternative minimum tax. UBS Securities LLC is the lead manager on the deal while Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and A.G. Edwards & Sons Inc. are the co-managers.


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