June 21, 2018, Chicago, IL Municipal bonds are a critical tool state and local government agencies across the nation use to access low-cost capital for essential public infrastructure projects, as well as short-term cash-flow needs. This forum is for issuers to learn about potential financing techniques that can help them fund the budgets and the long-term infrastructure construction and rehabilitation projects that are necessary to support their region’s economic growth. The Bond Buyer’s Midwest Conference will address important issues such as: Budget approaches; Pension Funding; and Challenges to Trade.
October 1-3, 2018, Los Angeles, CA For the past 28 years The Bond Buyer's California Public Finance Conference has been the place where all of California's municipal finance leaders — from public sector issuers to investors, investment bankers, municipal advisors, rating agencies, buyers and bond counsels — have met to discuss the key topics of the day including infrastructure, tax reform fallout, and the cessation of advance refunding.
October 24, 2018, Philadelphia, PA As budgets continue to be tightened, The Bond Buyer’s Mid-Atlantic Municipal Market Conference will feature presentations detailing market changes and what lies ahead. Facing states and communities are the ongoing OPEB and pension stress factors as well as the crumbling infrastructure. This conference will provide options available to your community to borrow money at the lowest possible costs.The conference is designed with a host of networking opportunities where you can meet and connect with municipal finance professionals and engage one-on-one with market leaders.*More information coming soon*
November 29-30, 2018, Dallas, TX As the nation's transportation needs continue to grow, all transportation modes—including roads and bridges, airports, ports, and transit—need to adopt new tactics to keep their networks up to date in a time of austerity budgets.The Bond Buyer’s Transportation Finance/P3 Conference provides a forum to learn about innovative financing techniques that can help issuers fund the long-term infrastructure construction and rehabilitation projects that are necessary to support their region’s economic growth.*More information coming soon.*
December 6, 2018, New York City For the 17th year The Bond Buyer’s Deal of the Year Awards Ceremony recognizes innovation in municipal finance.The rules have been specifically crafted to encourage applications that represent the full diversity of the communities and public purposes that are served by the municipal finance market, from the largest to the smallest deals.The Bond Buyer's editors will select eight regional winners, reflecting the market's national scope.The overall winner of The Deal of The Year Award will be announced at the conclusion of the evening's event.*More information coming soon.*
April 19, 2018 - April 20, 2018, Tundra Lodge, Green Bay, WI Covering Budgeting and Ethics - Instructors will lead attendees in a month by month review of important dates. Topics will include critical deadlines throughout the year, statutory deadlines, state annual reporting, key dates for accessing data on the Department of Revenue website, budget/tax bill reporting, and more.
April 20, 2018 - April 20, 2018, Evelyn Cameron Heritage Center, Terry, MI The Municipal Summits are statewide educational and networking events that bring together stakeholders in local and state government to share ideas and discover resources, coordinated by the Montana League of Cities and Towns (MLCT), the Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority (MMIA), and the MSU Local Government Center (LGC). See you there!
April 20, 2018 - April 20, 2018, FEA Conference Center, Monroe Township, NJ This mini-conference provides sessions with knowledgeable speakers and an opportunity to network while earning up to five continuing education credits. Hear from top public finance officials, distinguished academics, and government finance officers as they address the most important issues for New Jersey!