CHICAGO — The Urbana, Ill.-based health care provider Carle Foundation is set to enter the market later this month with $230 million of new-money debt, and will privately place another $100 million of bonds with two banks in a structure that lowers borrowing costs and limits liquidity risks.

Barclays Capital and Goldman, Sachs & Co. are underwriters on the 30-year fixed-rate bonds, which will sell the week of April 18. JPMorgan Chase & Co. and PNC Capital are directly purchasing the other $100 million. Both deals are being sold through the Illinois Finance Authority.

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