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Port of Brownsville Bonds Maintain A2 Moody’s Rating

Moody’s Investor Services assigned a stable outlook to the Brownsville Navigation District and reaffirmed a high “A2” credit rating on its revenue bonds. The stable outlook reflects Moody’s view that “the port will maintain ample liquidity supported by strong operating cash flow margins.” Moody’s noted the Port of Brownsville’s “competitive position for cross border trade as well as the upside potential of near-term projects at the port and major private…

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Port of Brownsville Maintains A2 Moody’s Rating

Port of Brownsville financial resilience

Moody’s Investor Services recently assigned a stable outlook to the Brownsville Navigation District by reaffirming it with a high “A2” credit rating on its revenue bonds. The stable outlook reflects Moody’s view that “the port will maintain ample liquidity supported by strong operating cash flow margins.” Moody’s noted the Port of Brownsville’s “competitive position for cross border trade as well as the upside potential of near-term projects at the port…

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Sergio Tito Lopez Named BND Commission Chairman

Sergio Tito Lopez

Sergio Tito Lopez is the new chairman of the Brownsville Navigation District. His nomination was unanimous during the board’s regular meeting Nov. 17. Lopez also was sworn in as a commissioner, along with Ralph Cowen and John Reed. All were reelected to the commission Nov. 3. Lopez serves as chairman alongside BND Vice Chairman Cowen and Secretary Esteban Guerra, who were also unanimously elected to serve as part of the…

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Brownsville Navigation District Elects Board

John Reed (photo Port of Brownsville)

John Reed has unanimously been elected to serve as chairman of the Brownsville Navigation District. Reed has served as chairman prior from 2010-2012. His new appointment is also for two years. He continues to serve alongside BND Vice Chairman Sergio Tito Lopez and Secretary Ralph Cowen. Both men were also unanimously elected to the serve as part of the executive board. Local businessman Esteban Guerra also was sworn in as…

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