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Public Finance

In the bond sale process Springsted serves as your independent advisors. You can be assured our Bond Group is solely dedicated to your best interests and financial success.

Pressure to do more with less

In the past two decades, revenues from taxes and other operations have reliably declined. The tone in many communities has been tense. Public officials are under very high pressure to deliver quality services and fiscal improvements in a difficult and unpredictable environment.

“The avenues to accessing capital are numerous, and it’s essential to know where you’re going. Why not have a trusted advisor traveling with you? We’ve been there before and we can help you chart a course.”

Tom Kaleko
Executive Vice President

Public sector experts

Springsted has honed its financial and management expertise over more than 60 years, working with a large spectrum of clients including cities, townships, counties, school districts, higher education authorities, colleges and universities, housing and economic development authorities, and power and water districts.

2017 Bond Buyer
DEAL-of-the-YEAR

For the past 16 years, The Bond Buyer recognizes innovation in municipal finance with the Deal-of-the-Year Award.

Earlier this year, Barclay’s submitted the City of Missoula, Montana’s $138 million sale of bond anticipation notes to purchase its water system from a private company to the Bond Buyer as a nominee for deal-of-the-year. They won the Small Issuer Financing award!

Springsted is honored to be recognized alongside Missoula for their contribution to the success of this “unique financing plan which provided the necessary mechanics to allow the city to purchase the water system.”*

* The Bond Buyer

Springsted Public Finance: By The Numbers

Issues to Market Each Year

Issues Rated Each Year

Official Statements Prepared Each Year

Communities / Organizations Served

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MONDAY 04/1/2019 – 1PM CT Scott County, MN

BOND

$78,660,000

General Obligation Capital Improvement Plan and Refunding Bonds, Series 2019A

MARKET INDICATORS

SIFMA

1.53%

CURRENT

1.61%

LAST WEEK

1 Month LIBOR

2.49063%

CURRENT

2.48375%

LAST WEEK

RATIO

61.430%

CURRENT

64.821%

LAST WEEK

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