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What does MBBA stand for?

MBBA stands for Municipal Bond Bank Agency (New York)

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Mattison has served on various government and industry panels and New York Stock Exchange committees, including serving as Chairman of the New York State Housing Finance Agency, Chairman of the New York State Medical Care Facilities Finance Agency, Chairman of the State of New York Municipal Bond Bank Agency, Chairman of the New York State Project Finance Agency, Chairman of the New York State Affordable Housing Corporation, and Chairman of the State of New York Mortgage Agency.
The Corporation is a legislatively created subsidiary of the New York State Municipal Bond Bank Agency, legally distinct from the State and the Agency although membership overlaps Pursuant to a purchase and sale agreement, at closing the state will sell to the Corporation, pledged settlement payments consisting of 50% of its share of tobacco settlement revenues received under the master settlement agreement (MSA).
Business Editors NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 7, 2003 Fitch Ratings assigns the rating of 'A' to the approximately $16 million State of New York Municipal Bond Bank Agency (MBBA) special school deficit program revenue bonds, 2003 series A (Enlarged City School District of the City of Troy (the district)).
debt rated double-'A'); -- Strong essentiality of the original borrowing, which funded tax refunds that covered taxes levied in excess of constitutional limits for pensions; -- Rochester's demonstrated commitment to repay its contract-backed obligations; and -- The strong special program agreement provisions between Rochester and the New York Municipal Bond Bank Agency that include an absolute and unconditional payment provision upon annual appropriation.