The Industrial Development Bond
Cap was created by the Federal Tax Reform Act of 1986 and establishes an annual bond volume cap ceiling for the issuance of certain tax exempt private activity bonds issued by the State and other authorized entities during a calendar year.
The IDB can also provide tax-exempt industrial development bond
financing to assist qualified projects.
04 million tax-exempt industrial development bond
on behalf of Horn Packaging Corp.
The Oregon Economic and Community Development Department has provided $750 million in industrial development bond
financing to Oregon companies since the state launched the bond program in 1975.
Barbara Left, (R-Paradise Valley) Chairman of the House Commerce Committee, for her sponsorship and outstanding effort on HB 2390, the Multifamily Industrial Development Bond
Bronfman, a Santa Monica financial adviser who handles an average of about a dozen industrial development bond
deals yearly, says the bonds have been overlooked recently as a means of financing expansion.
1 million industrial development bond
package to construct a new newspaper plant, but due to time constraints in meeting an Oct.
According to a nationwide survey of states' private activity volume cap usage by The Bond Buyer, the portion of the cap devoted to the industrial development bond
sector shrank significantly in 2001.
These companies were financed through ADFA's and the Arkansas Economic Development Commission's Industrial Development Bond
Program, which enables the state to expand its industrial base and create employment by offering tax-exempt and taxable interest rates.
Finally, the authors discuss the growth of industrial development bond
(IDB) issues in the Detroit area.
As executives searched for a new location, they learned about a little-known source of financing: the state's Industrial Development Bond
program, offering bonds at low interest rates to manufacturing companies with the goal of retaining California's industrial base.