The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Debt Management team would like to thank our investors, our banking team led by Morgan Stanley, the Massachusetts Treasury, and Administration and Finance for its hard work on an extremely successful bond sale. Click here to view more photos from billboards in Times Square!
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The State Treasurer’s Office has announced that it will be selling $1.2 billion of Revenue Anticipation Notes the week on December 7th 2020. J.P Morgan will work closely with the treasury as the book running senior manager to ensure a successful deal.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Debt Management team would like to thank our investors, our banking team led by Morgan Stanley, the Massachusetts Treasury, and Administration and Finance for its hard work on an extremely successful bond sale.
Please check out these images of the Morgan Stanley Billboard in Times Square!
Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) Commissioner Geoffrey Snyder today announced that October revenue collections totaled $2.089 billion, $62 million or 3.1% more than the actual collections in October 2019. Find the Full October Revenue numbers through the Department of Revenue website.