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GTRAN & ETRAN

 

Treasury Short-Term Borrowings

 

General Fund Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (GTRAN)

 

On July 10, 2013, the Treasury issued $500 million in tax and revenue anticipation notes (GTRAN Series 2013A). The notes mature on June 27, 2014, and so are repaid entirely within the same fiscal year.  These borrowings are done to even out cash flow for the state.  Due to irregular flows of revenues, this financing provides funds to meet the state's liquidity need throughout the year.  The interest on the notes of $6.41 million and the costs of issuance are paid from the premium of $5.56 million received and investment earnings.

 

Education Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (ETRAN)

 

On July 16, 2013, the Treasury issued $130 million in notes (Series 2013A) on behalf of the State of Colorado Education Loan Program to meet cash flow shortages experienced by local school districts.  The Series 2013A notes were issued at a premium of $1.33 million; and the interest due at maturity is $1.54 million.  On January 06, 2014, the Treasury issued an additional $210 million in notes (Series 2013B).  The Series 2013B notes were issued at a premium of $1.88 million; and the interest due at maturity is  $2.00 million.  These notes mature on June 27, 2014; and by statute, the interest is payable from the General Fund.

 

Read a copy of the offering's Official Statement here.

 

Ratings

 

The GTRAN and ETRAN received the following ratings:

  • SP-1+ from Standard and Poors, the agency's highest rating
  • MIG1  from Moody's, the agency's highest rating