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Value Capture and Debt Financing Strategies: Tax-Exempt Debt Financing
November 14 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Value capture strategies can help public agencies recover some of the value created by transportation investments to in turn reinvest, maintain, or operate that very transportation investment. Value capture can apply to highway and highway-related infrastructure, public transportation, parking garages, trails, among other transportation facilities. Value capture techniques like tax Increment financing and special assessments can generate sustainable, long-term revenue streams, which can unlock the use of bond financing. This in turn enables public agencies to pay for a project’s upfront capital until the value capture monies are available and used to repay debt service. The debt term typically aligns with the life span of the districts created for the value capture technique deployment. This can range from between 5 and 30 years— enough time for incremental or new revenues generated from new development and economic activities to pay bond or other debt payments.
Come to the Value Capture Webinar on November 14th, 2023 from 1:00-3:00pm ET to learn value capture debt financing strategies from experts. This webinar will discuss the connection between municipal bonds and value capture strategies. Expert speakers will explore topics including the benefits of leveraging value capture strategies with municipal bonds to finance the infrastructure necessary to spur economic development/redevelopment. Speakers will discuss basic requirements for issuing a bond; rules and regulations that govern tax-exempt and taxable bonds; major players involved in a bond transaction, such as the rating agencies and investment banks; and the roles and responsibilities of both public and private sector participants.
There is no cost to participate, but space is limited.
TARGET AUDIENCE: This webinar is intended for professionals from States, cities, counties, tribes, metropolitan and rural transportation agencies looking for innovative funding and financial strategies to pay for transportation projects. This would include professionals involved with directing and managing aspects of highway-related programs and projects, such as planning, environment, project development, design, construction, operations, maintenance, and finance.
This training is not being hosted by the Florida LTAP Center. For details about this training, please contact the event organizer directly.