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private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 16th, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 16th, 2017 02:21PM Dec 16th, 2017 02:21PM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 17th, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 17th, 2017 08:12AM Dec 17th, 2017 08:12AM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 18th, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 18th, 2017 10:19AM Dec 18th, 2017 10:19AM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 19th, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 19th, 2017 05:03AM Dec 19th, 2017 05:03AM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 21st, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 21st, 2017 12:42PM Dec 21st, 2017 12:42PM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 22nd, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 22nd, 2017 05:53AM Dec 22nd, 2017 05:53AM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 23rd, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 23rd, 2017 09:37AM Dec 23rd, 2017 09:37AM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 24th, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 24th, 2017 01:22PM Dec 24th, 2017 01:22PM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 25th, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 25th, 2017 10:21AM Dec 25th, 2017 10:21AM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks
private:newmexicofinanceauthority-2 1482667 Dec 26th, 2017 12:00AM New Mexico Finance Authority 94 30.00 Open Financial Services Dec 26th, 2017 07:22AM Dec 26th, 2017 07:22AM ABOUT NMFA The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) was created by the New Mexico State Legislature in 1992 to finance infrastructure projects for the state’s counties and cities and certain departments of state government. The objective was to provide low-cost financing for borrowers who might not otherwise be able to access the tax-exempt bond market on a cost-effective basis. The 1992 statute created the Public Projects Revolving Fund (“PPRF”) as the vehicle to accomplish this financing objective. As authorized by the statute, the NMFA issues tax-exempt PPRF bonds to obtain the funds it loans to New Mexico governmental entities. The statute created the Governmental Gross Receipts Tax to serve as a credit enhancement for the NMFA’s bonds. Although the legislature has created additional program responsibilities for the NMFA, the PPRF remains the core of its activities. The NMFA is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors. The NMFA is not subject to the supervision or control of any other board, bureau, department or agency of the state. The Legislative Oversight Committee of the New Mexico State Legislature is empowered to monitor and oversee its operations. Banks

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