Banking / Investment Bank
AGLF Banking/Investment Bank Committee
The membership of AGLF is made of some of the largest and most prestigious banking institutions in the world. Many of these financial organizations are looking to diversify their holdings by actively looking to grow their tax-exempt leasing portfolios. The rewards of tax-exempt municipal leases remain a great way for banks to invest their deposits and receive solid returns with miniscule risk.
Goals and Objectives of the AGLF Banking/Investment Bank Committee
- Provide a platform for investment bankers and members of the Committee to exchange ideas, sentiments and current events related to the capital markets and leasing industry.
- Discuss new regulatory and legal matters related to the investment banking industry with AGLF members.
- Learn about existing capital market structures that incorporate leases.
- Develop innovative find ways to create new capital market structures that incorporate leases.
- Create meaningful networking opportunities with Committee members for the co-management of capital market lease related transactions.
- Organize and help facilitate seminars on investment banking topics applicable to leases for AGLF conferences.
Banking/Investment Banking Committee Mission Statement
The Mission of the Banking/Investment Banking Committee is to enhance the educational knowledge of its members as it relates to Credit Underwriting, Documentation, Portfolio Management, New Financing Structures, Current Events in the Industry, and Regulatory/Legal Matters. Furthermore, the Banking/Investment Banking Committee will provide a platform for Members to network and enhance business relationships with those in the Committee and other AGLF Members.
A sample of topics under each educational type is presented below:
Collateral Value, Useful Life, Equity, Essentiality, Loan-to-Cost, Debt Service Coverage and Other Financial Ratios, Financial Willingness and Financial Ability
Personal Property, Real Property, State Specific Documents, New Financing Documents
Laddering, Yield vs. Risk Analysis, Servicing Issues
New Financing Structures:
Tax Credits, Energy Bonds, New Lease Structures
Long term effect of financial crisis on Municipalities
Dodd – Frank Regulations, NBQ issue
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