Early Bird Rates Expire on January 25
Join CDFA for our next online course offering: Intro Bond Finance WebCourse on February 20-21, 2019. This course provides an in-depth look at governmental and qualified private activity bonds, with a focus on industrial development bonds (IDBs), 501(c)(3) non-profit bonds, exempt facility bonds, and other special bond programs authorized by the federal government. Don't forget to sign up by Friday, January 25 to take advantage of our early bird rates!
This course qualifies for the CDFA Training Institute's Development Finance Certified Professional (DFCP) Program. Start down the road to personal and professional advancement today.
At the Intro Bond Finance WebCourse, you will:
- Discuss the differences between governmental and private activity bonds and when to use them.
- Learn which projects qualify for financing using industrial development bonds, 501(c)(3) bonds, and other forms of private activity bonds.
- Discover best practices employed by successful issuing authorities from across the country.
- Gain a greater understanding of the various players involved in a bond transaction and why each of their roles is important.
- Examine the bond transaction process from start to finish.
- Review federal tax rules and filing requirements.
Don't miss this opportunity to access CDFA's most popular training course online. You can log in to participate from anywhere in the country!Register!
How a WebCourse Works
The Intro Bond Finance WebCourse will be presented via the web over two days and will include lecture and presentations from speakers throughout the country. Attendees will be asked to log into the WebCourse from 12-5pm (Eastern) on each day of the course and will be able to raise their hands, ask questions, comment on presentations, and take interactive polls during the sessions. CDFA's Course Advisor will also be moderating the WebCourse to ensure speaker and participant interaction throughout each session.
Participants must have access to a computer and phone to attend the WebCourse. Participants will receive instructions for logging into the WebCourse in a follow-up email after registering. Course materials will be mailed to participants approximately one week before the course.