- Language: English
- Published: December 2011
- Region: New York
Summary: New York City Transitional Fin Auth; Tax Secured, Miscellaneous Tax; Tax Secured, Note Oct 02
- ID: 1857861
- October 2002
- Region: New York
- Standard & Poors
The 'AA+' rating on New York City Transitional Finance Authority's (TFA) future tax-secured bonds fiscal 2003 series C reflects: An innovative and strong legal structure that separates the revenue stream supporting the bonds from both New York City and New York State, and Strong cash flows and coverage levels that are more than sufficient to make timely payments of interest and principal under severe stress requirements. The TFA's BANs fiscal 2003 series 1 are rated 'SP-1+' and secured by proceeds of future tax-secured bonds, which are simultaneously authorized by TFA. The ratings remain constrained by New York City's 'A' GO rating because the structure cannot completely isolate TFA's bondholders from the city's financial condition. The ability to levy and collect...
Companies mentioned in this report are:
- New York City Transitional Fin Auth
Action: New Rating
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