The Maine Municipal Bond Bank was created in 1971 by the Maine
State Legislature. The agency has an immense history of providing
Maine’s cities, towns, school systems, water and sewer districts,
and other governmental entities access to low cost capital funds through the sale of its highly rated tax-exempt bonds. Established
as an independent agency, the Bond Bank is administered by a
board of commissioners
appointed by the Governor. The Bond Bank
works closely with its municipal clientele to provide unique, cost
effective and competitive financing programs.
MMBB is also the co-sponsor of the Maine PowerOptions
providing electric aggregation services to our eligible borrowers as
well as the chance to purchase fuel oil as part of a bulk purchase
The next MMBB board meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 19 at 9:30 AM at the Maine Municipal Bond Bank in Augusta.
For information about Qualified School Construction Bonds, please click here
For a list of brokerage firms that you can contact to purchase MMBB bonds, please click here
MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE:
Every few years the Bond Bank puts together a trends and analysis package. Click here
to review the measures of performance package compiled in November 2013.
SUBSIDY CREDIT NOTICE:
Borrowers with subsidy credits, please click here
and read this important notice regarding your bond payment.