2010 Debt Issuance and Public Investment Seminars and Conferences
2010 Bond Buyer Pre-conference Workshop
October 6, 2010 - Spear Tower, 42nd Floor - 1 Market Street
San Francisco, California
Re-Writing the Rulebook: Regulatory Change and the Municipal Market
CDIAC’s 9th Pre-conference Workshop at The Bond Buyer’s 20th Annual California Public Finance Conference will include a one-day in-depth exploration of the current proposed municipal regulatory changes that impact issuer’s path to market. This workshop will discuss how California’s fiscal climate will impact the state’s economy and how the municipal regulations will affect local debt sales and issuers balance sheets and investments. Will the proposed regulatory changes work? This program is open to interested parties both public and private that are registered attendees of the conference.
This seminar focuses on financing through the use of Mello-Roos district and assessment districts. It covers how to form a district, issue debt and administer the liens. Panelists discuss how the district should evaluate the use of alternative debt instruments. Hear expert advice on how to comply with federal regulations and state law.
CDIAC Preconference at the 2010 California Municipal Treasurers Association (CMTA) Annual Conference
Goodbye to All That: The Evolving Municipal Debt Market in California
April 20, 2010, Hyatt Regency at Capitol Park
This one-day seminar preceding The California Municipal Treasurers Association 2010 Annual Conference is intended to provide information on the impact of recent market events on public agency debt management. The morning sessions address questions about how to develop and use a debt policy. The afternoon sessions discuss changes in the municipal debt market since 2007.
This seminar is tailored to school officials seeking an understanding of debt finance—from planning the debt program to on-going administration and regulatory compliance. The speakers present fiscal management concepts, considerations before issuing debt, statutory requirements and out-year debt management strategies.