DALLAS - Despite investors' growing aversion to complex derivatives in the muni market, the University of Texas System plans to issue $680 million of variable-rate revenue bonds swapped to a synthetic fixed-rate next month.

The UT system expects the mid-March deal to have strong appeal because of its triple-A ratings and the university's ability to provide its own liquidity.

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