County eyes opportunities for its $17 billion long-term bonds
Written by Gabriela Henriquez Stoikow on September 21, 2021
Miami-Dade County has been able to generate gross debt savings of $2.2 billion over the life of its bonds since 2011, according to the Bonds Administration Division of the county. Officials are constantly looking to its $17.2 billion long-term fixed-rate bond portfolio, comprised of over 15 different credits.
Arlesa Wood, director of the division, told Miami Today the county’s finance team and its outside group of consultants actively monitor their debt portfolio and look for opportunities to refinance at any time it might be advantageous for the county.
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