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The Office of the State Treasurer provides banking, investment, unclaimed property and debt oversight services for the state of Oklahoma.
The Deputy Treasurer for Debt Management is a position within the Treasurer's Office that serves as staff to the Council of Bond Oversight. Pursuant to the terms of the Oklahoma Bond Oversight and Reform Act, the Council of Bond Oversight reviews and must approve any request for financing by a State Governmental Entity.
The Deputy Treasurer for Debt Management provides advice and assistance to the Governor and Legislature on matters relating to capital planning, debt issuance, and debt management. Additionally, the Deputy Treasurer for Debt Management assists all State Governmental Entities with capital financings, reviews and approves fees and charges associated with such transactions, and represents the interests of the State before the bond rating agencies and credit enhancement providers. The State Treasurer's Office also administers the Private Activity Bond Allocation Act.
Oklahoma City—The Oklahoma Capital Improvement Authority (OCIA) announced today it is offering $13.24 million of State Agency Facilities Revenue Bonds TaxExempt Series 2020D (Oklahoma Department of Human Services Project) and $48.955 million of State Agency Facilities Revenue Bonds Federally Taxable Series 2020E (Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Project) on December 3, 2020.
The bonds will be offered via negotiated sale through the OCIA’s underwriting syndicate, led by co-senior managers Morgan Stanley and Bank of Oklahoma, with Raymond James as co-manager on the transaction. The Municipal Advisor is Hilltop Securities.
A Preliminary Official Statement has been released and is available at www.ociabonds.com. The OCIA’s bonds are rated “AA-” by S&P and Fitch.
For more information:
Deputy State Treasurer/OCIA Director
Oklahoma House and Senate announce budget agreement.
April Gross Receipts to the Treasury plunged by more than half a billion dollars as the coronavirus pandemic disrupts Oklahoma’s economy, State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced.
Gross receipts in April total $1.08 billion, a drop of $502.5 million, or 31.8 percent, from April 2019.