Massachusetts officials are working on what could be the largest fixed-rate student loan bond deal this year, a $400 million transaction to help finance private undergraduate and graduate loans for the upcoming school year.

Assured Guaranty Corp. will wrap the private-activity bonds, which are subject to the alternative minimum tax. Tom Graf, executive director of the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority, said his office is hoping to issue the bonds within the next couple of weeks.

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