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Bond Issue Costs

The expenses a company or government incurs in the process of issuing a bond. Bond issue costs may include registration with regulators, marketing the issue to investors, procuring insurance and so forth. An issuer must consider bond issue costs when weighing whether issuing a bond is worth the risk.
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6) The direct effect of bank quality on bond issue cost is not significant, which indicates that this debt market does not react directly to variations in the quality of the bank issuing the letter of credit.
To this end, by focusing on the financial needs of the government's key projects, livelihood projects, the growth of small and micro enterprises, and other major areas of the real economy, ICBC has drawn on its market analysis expertise and advantages in multi-tier sales channels, and actively guided enterprises to issue bonds at favorable time windows, which effectively reduces the bond issue costs for different types of enterprises.
These moves ``maximized the Measure V bond revenues,'' helped lower debt and bond issue costs and held down the bond's property tax assessment in its first year, the report said.
0 million during the first quarter of fiscal 2007 in connection with this action, including call premium costs, write-off of bond issue costs and costs associated with the termination of derivatives related to the senior secured notes.
This is attributable to the 1% redemption premium of $165,000 and the write off of unamortized bond issue costs of $232,000.
Proceeds from the debt issuance will provide funds to acquire 150 MW of peaking capacity from DTE Energy Company, located in Indianapolis IN, and to also cover bond issue costs and supplement IMPA's debt service reserve fund.