NYW

AcronymDefinition
NYWNew Yankee Workshop (woodworking TV program)
NYWNew York Western District
NYWNational Youth Week (Australia)
NYWNew York Warehouse (messenger bags; Crumpler; Denmark)
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NYW also distributes quarterly newsletters to keep investors informed of the activities of the authority (i.e., the opening of a new water tunnel) and any potential impact upon bonds.
But in addition to the traditional investor relations tools like press releases and newsletters, NYW takes a proactive role in investor relations by taking its bonds on the road.
The fiscal 2019 series BB bonds are special obligations of the NYW issued under the SGR and payable solely from and secured by a subordinate lien on gross revenues of NYW subordinate in lien to FGR bonds.
NYW's legal structure enhances protection to bondholders from potential risks associated with the system and the city.
Instead of 'nyw 'another' (as in line 7) one could read fxw (definite article).
SOUND LEGAL PROTECTIONS: NYW's legal structure enhances protection to bondholders from potential risks associated with the system and the city.
The fiscal 2018 series FF bonds are special obligations of the NYW issued under the SGR and payable solely from and secured by a subordinate lien on gross revenues of NYW subordinate in lien to FGR bonds.
Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned an 'AA+' rating to the following New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority's (NYW, or the authority) revenue bonds.
New York: Fitch Ratings has assigned an 'AA+' rating to the following New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority's (NYW, or the authority) revenue bonds:
Securities and Exchange Commission, said the New York State Court of Appeals ruling in favor of New York City Municipal Finance Authority (NYW) Water Board's policy to remit an annual $183 credit to the water and sewer bills of an estimated 664,000 one- to three-family rate-paying homeowners, is not expected to negatively impact NYW's future financial performance.
New York: The New York State Court of Appeals ruling in favor of New York City Municipal Finance Authority (NYW) Water Board's policy to remit an annual $183 credit to the water and sewer bills of an estimated 664,000 one- to three-family rate-paying homeowners, is not expected to negatively impact NYW's future financial performance, according to Fitch Ratings.
New York: Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'AA+' to the following New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority's (NYW, or the authority) revenue bonds: