New York City and its related issuers are committed to providing investors with ongoing disclosure of important information that arises after the initial bond sale. The Comptroller’s Office uses the Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA) system established by the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) to share this information.
The information reflects the financial health and operating condition of the City or its related issuers as they change over time, or of the occurrence of specific events that can have an impact on the status of the bonds. This information is important as it can potentially impact current yields on New York City’s bonds in the secondary market. Yields depend on many factors, including the stated interest rate or coupon, number of years to maturity, and bond call features, among other characteristics.
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