The Bond Buyer's Texas Public Finance

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The Bond Buyer's Texas Public Finance

Time: February 12, 2018 at 6pm to February 14, 2018 at 7pm
Location: Hyatt Regency Austin
Street: 208 Barton Springs
City/Town: Austin, Texas 78704
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Phone: 1-888-421-1442
Event Type: public finance
Organized By: SourceMedia
Latest Activity: Dec 12, 2017

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Event Description

In the past year, the state has been buffeted by hurricanes and the ongoing NAFTA negotiations. The future includes any changes in direction due to the tax reform efforts in Washington. Internet shopping continues to eat away at the state sales tax receipts. How can issuers meet the growing demand for first-rate infrastructure while maintaining Texas’ coveted low-tax culture?

Join more than 500 municipal finance professionals at The Bond Buyer's Texas Public Finance Conference to hear state and local officials’ plans for tackling the challenges associated with the ongoing impressive growth in the state’s economy.


The Bond Buyer, producer of the National Outlook Conference, is the only independent information resource serving the entire municipal finance community. Its comprehensive paid-subscription package of news, analysis and data is unique in the industry, serving a complete spectrum of senior industry professionals, through its website, e-newsletters and alerts, conferences and a daily print edition that has been in circulation for more than 125 years dating back to the 19th century.

The Bond Buyer reaches more than 75,000 municipal finance professionals: issuers, government officials, investors — all players on the "deal team". The Bond Buyer also offers in-depth education about cutting-edge public-finance topics to Executive & Senior Management decision makers.

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