In the world of public finance, successfully completing even a single financing within a six to nine month period can often be a challenging and complex task that requires a significant investment of staff time for a locality.
The Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC) works to serve the interests of Virginia's economy through several initiatives, including supporting and expanding the Commonwealth's tourism efforts. These efforts are vitally important to the state's overall economic success.
The Buchanan County Public Service Authority (BCPSA) owns and operates a huge water distribution system in far southwest Virginia.
The 2015 General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1440. This bill, patroned by Senator Frank Ruff, changed the name of the Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission to the Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission and also established the Virginia Tobacco Region Revolving Fund.
The concept of ethical or socially responsible investing ("SRI") utilizes an investment strategy that seeks both financial return and social good. The investment industry summarizes the areas of SRI into three broad categories known as "ESG": environment, social justice and governance.
VRA hosted the Governor's Infrastructure Financing Conference on December 10-12, 2014. Approximately 300 participants convened at the beautiful Hotel Roanoke to hear and discuss infrastructure financing.
John H. Rust, Jr. was appointed to the VRA Board in 2012 by Governor Robert McDonnell. An attorney by training, Mr. Rust resides in Fairfax where he and members of his family have been active in matters relating to the community and the Commonwealth for over 100 years.
Prev 1 Next
Congratulations to VRA Board Vice-Chair Rhu Harris on Being Named a Richmond Times-Dispatch Person of the Year!
December 23, 2020
December 23, 2020