Puerto Rico Public Financing Corporation

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Puerto Rico Public Financing Corporation
Established 1984 (30 years ago)
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico
President Juan C. Batlle
Currencies accepted USD
Securities issued Series A Bonds
Series B Bonds
Series C Bonds
Series D Bonds
Series E Bonds
Outstanding indebtness $1.6 billion USD
Parent Government Development Bank
Key documents internal resolution of the Board of Directors of the Government Development Bank

The Puerto Rico Public Financing CorporationSpanish: Corporación para el Financiamiento Público de Puerto Rico (CFP)— is the government-owned corporation of the government of Puerto Rico that issues government bonds to finance the different agencies of the executive branch of the government of Puerto Rico.[1] The Corporation is a subsidiary of the Puerto Rico Government Development Bank.

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