New York's Suffolk Tobacco Asset Securitization Corp. expects to go to market with its first deal by the end next month, according to its chairman.

As of Friday, the deadline for responses for a request for proposals for underwriters, the corporation had received seven responses for a deal that is intended to provide Suffolk County with $175 million in bond proceeds, STASC chairman Jim Morgo said. Morgo also serves as chief deputy to County Executive Steve Levy.

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