CHICAGO — As part of its twice-annual program to ease cash-flow deficits across the state, the Indiana Bond Bank plans to enter the market tomorrow with $436 million of short-term notes that will mark one of the bank's largest mid-year offerings in 20 years.

JPMorgan is senior underwriter on the deal, leading a team of four firms. Barnes & Thornburg LLP is bond counsel, and Crowe, Chizek and Co. is acting as financial adviser. The Bank of New York Mellon will provide a standby credit facility for the notes.

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