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How to Buy Green Liberty Bonds
The process for buying Green Liberty Bonds is similar to buying other bonds and investments. Review the steps below to get ready for our next issuance. Remember – all investments involve risk; your investment professional can assist you in this process.
Step 1 - Learn about the bonds
Read the Preliminary Official Statement (POS) when available on this website or obtain the POS from your investment professional or participating brokers to learn more about the bonds, including their security, maturity dates, credit ratings, risks, the types of projects they finance, third-party certification, and other information that you may find important to help you make an informed investment decision.
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This website is not an offer to sell any bonds or a solicitation of an offer to buy any bonds.
Step 2 - Open a brokerage account
You must have an account with one of the brokerage firms participating in the bond sale, or with another firm that can place an order through a brokerage firm participating in the bond sale. (If you have a brokerage account, go to Step 3.)
Please check to determine if your broker can place an order through the participating brokers.
If you do not have a broker account, you may open one to purchase bonds during the retail order period (the time period when purchase priority is given to retail investors over institutional investors).
Investors are encouraged to begin the new account process well in advance of the sale date. Depending on the brokerage firm, internal new account procedures may take some time to process.
Step 3 - Submit your order
Contact the broker with whom you have an account, either online or by phone, to get more information about how to buy bonds during the retail order period.
Discuss with the broker the number of bonds, the maturity date and the price at which you are willing to purchase the bonds, as well as any questions you may have from examining the Preliminary Official Statement (POS)
Green Bank employees are not investment professionals and are strictly prohibited under Federal law and rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission from engaging in or advising on any purchases of securities, including Green Liberty Bonds. Any calls to the Green Bank for assistance with purchasing Green Liberty Bonds will be directed to our lead underwriters – noted above.