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MTA.TRBAN.19B2
  Issuer Metropolitan Transportation Authority
  State New York
  Amount1 $200,000,000
  Type Issue/Series   Transportation Revenue Bond Anticipation Notes
  Subseries 2019B-2
  Per the NOS, the coupon rate has been set at 4.00%
  Rating  
  • S&P: SP-1
  • Fitch: F1+
  • Kroll: K1+
  • Moody's: MIG 1
  •   Good Faith Successful bidder(s) to wire 1% of notes awarded, to MTA by 1 pm ET on day of award. See NOS for details.

      Sale Date 5/16/19
      Dated Date 5/22/19
      Settlement Date2   5/22/19
      Sale Time 10:45 AM - 11:12 AM Eastern Time

      Interest Due 5/15/20
      Maturity Date 5/15/20
      Days to Maturity   353
      Day Basis 30/360
      Call Dates Non-callable
      Min. Bid Price   $50,000,000
      Min. Bid Increment   $5,000,000
      Premium Bids   Allowed
      Discount Bids   Allowed
      Other Details
  • Interest rate = 4.0%
  • Max UW discount: $3.50/note or 0.35%.
  • TIC calculated to Maturity Date.

  •   Bid Format Partial
      Auction Format  Open
      Award Basis TIC Semi-Annual Compounding
      Two-Minute Rule   Yes
      Bond Counsel Nixon Peabody LLP
    New York, NY
    and
    D. Seaton and Associates
    New York, NY
    Co-Bond Counsel
      Web Site www.MuniAuction.com
      Contact PRAG
    New York, NY
    Attn: Ms. May Chau
    Phone: 212-380-5268
    mchau@pragadvisors.com
    and
    Backstrom McCarley Berry & Co., LLC
    San Francisco, CA
    Attn: Leonard Berry
    Phone: 415-857-6102
    lberry@bmcbco.com
    Co-Financial Advisor
      Issuer MTA
    Patrick J. McCoy
    Director, Finance
    (212) 878-7183
    pmccoy@mtahq.org
    Terms as of 5/25/2019 @ 8:14 pm
    1Preliminary, subject to change
    2Check offering documents or with Issuer and/or FA to ascertain if settlement is Firm or Tentative.
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