The New York City Transitional Finance Authority sold $900 million of future tax-secured, fixed-rate new money subordinate bonds on Wednesday. They consisted of $600 million of tax-exempt bonds, $200 million of taxable bonds, and $100 million of taxable qualified school construction bonds.
The TFA received more than $93 million of retail orders for the tax-exempt bonds during a two-day order period preceding the institutional sale, according to a spokesman for New York City Comptroller John Liu.
The bonds were sold through negotiated sale, led by book-running senior manager Citi.
Barclays Capital, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman, Sachs & Co., JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley were co-senior managers.
The taxable bonds and taxable QSCBs were both sold by competitive bid, with JPMorgan the winning bidder in each instance.