AFFBAlberta Farm Fuel Benefit (Department of Agriculture and Rural Development; Alberta, Canada)
AFFBAll Faiths Food Bank
AFFBAgrava Fact-Finding Board (Philippines)
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Both issuers and investors would value the expanded financing options proposed by the Incentives for Investment in Infrastructure section within the federal budget, specifically the direct-pay AFFBs and tax-exempt QPIBs.
The BAB-comparable AFFBs, or some variation thereof, could potentially offer investors higher yields with little additional issuer credit risk, while issuers would benefit from low borrowing costs via an interest subsidy, in this case proposed at 28%.