Free IGFOA Virtual Roundtable: The Illinois Municipal Bond Market & Impacts on Funding Needs


Thursday, July 22, 2021, 12:00 PM–1:00 PM

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It is an understatement to say that we have recently experienced a profound period of time. From the pandemic, to market dislocation, to economic uncertainty, it is hard to understand the countervailing forces that impact your communities finances and borrowing costs. This roundtable will discuss current municipal market interest rate trends, market perception of Illinois credits including a discussion on the “Illinois penalty”, proposals from Washington that could impact the municipal sector and expectations for the future. Come prepared for a free flowing conversation with Baird’s head Illinois bond underwriter, Bryan Derdenger, and Baird Public Finance bankers, Stephan Roberts and Dalena Welkomer. Bring your questions as this presentation will delve into the idiosyncrasies of the Illinois municipal market and its impact on your funding needs.

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