The State Debt Management Network is the professional organization of the issuers and managers of state debt.
The Network was formed in 1991 as an affiliate of the National Association of State Treasurers and brings together public officials from all branches of state government to share information on issuance, management and oversight of public debt.
The Network’s goal is to provide a forum for the meaningful exchange of ideas and information to states in the areas of capital planning, debt issuance, and debt management. Together, members work to enhance debt issuance and management practices through training and the exchange of ideas and innovations.
New Webinar Recording
Post Tax Reform: Now What?
SDMN Board Members Dave Erdman (WI) and Corporate Affiliate representative Tom Huestis (Public Resources Advisory Group) are joined by Angelia Schmidt (UBS) and Steven Peyser (Public Resources Advisory Group) to generally explore the loss of advance refundings, new money structures/options, investor reactions, and other market changes due to federal tax reform. More specific discussions on certain topics will occur in later SDMN webinars and at the NAST Treasury Management Training Symposium scheduled for June 5-8, 2018
View Now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32o-GhjozU8
In The News
State Treasurers Seeking Preferred Status for Municipal Bonds
State finance officers are asking Congress to reconcile two bills so that certain municipal securities are defined as “high quality” and made more attractive to investment banks. “The ability to finance public infrastructure at the lowest possible cost to taxpayers is a top priority,” the National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) said in a March 22 letter to congressional leaders.
The State Debt Management Network has all the right connections
“… some of the best brains, and influential and caring issuers, in the municipal bond market” are a part of the Network according to an industry news publication. You can be a part of the connection.
For more membership information, call (202) 347-3863 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.