Bonds

View municipal bond offerings and roadshows from State of California Investor Relations, and view bond ratings from Fitch, Moody's, and S&P.

Bond Sales

March 5, 2020

Bond Sale
California Earthquake Authority: Revenue Bonds, Series 2020A (Federally Taxable)*
Par Amount
$400,000,000
Method of Sale
Negotiated
Retail Order Period Begins
No early retail period

March 4, 2020

Bond Sale
Regents of the University of California – Medical Center Pooled Revenue Bonds, 2020 Series O (Daily Rate)*
Par Amount
$150,000,000
Method of Sale
Negotiated
Retail Order Period Begins
No early retail period

March 10, 2020

Bond Sale

March 26, 2020

Bond Sale
State Public Works Board of the State of California Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2020A (Taxable)*
Par Amount
$1,500,000,000
Method of Sale
Negotiated
Retail Order Period Begins
No early retail period

April 15, 2020

Bond Sale

April 21, 2020

Bond Sale
State Public Works Board of the State of California Lease Revenue and Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2020 BC (Tax-exempt)*
Par Amount
$135,000,000
Method of Sale
Competitive
Retail Order Period Begins
No early retail period

February 27, 2020

Bond Sale
Regents of the University of California – Medical Center Pooled Revenue Bonds, 2020 Series N (Taxable)*
Par Amount
$1,800,000,000
Method of Sale
Negotiated
Retail Order Period Begins
No early retail period

Fitch Ratings

General Obligation
AA
Outlook
Stable
Date
Aug 2019
State Public Works Board*
AA-
Outlook
Stable
Date
Aug 2019

Moody's Investors Service

General Obligation
Aa2
Outlook
Stable
Date
Oct 2019
State Public Works Board*
Aa3
Outlook
Stable
Date
Oct 2019

S&P Global Ratings

General Obligation
AA-
Outlook
Stable
Date
May 2016
State Public Works Board*
A+
Outlook
Stable
Date
Jul 2015

General Offering Information

*The offerings above may from time to time include obligations payable solely or primarily from sources other than the State’s General Fund.  As described herein, the financial documents and other materials on this website generally relate to the State’s General Fund, which is the source of payment for State General Obligation Bonds (non-self liquidating) and primarily but not exclusively the source of payment for State Public Works Board Lease Revenue Bonds. The particular source of security and payment for each bond offering is described in the official statement for the bond offering, which should be read in its entirety.
*Subject to change, the ultimate amounts and dates can be affected by legal, market and other factors.