California's Bakersfield Memorial Hospital has executed an unusual interest rate swap that employs a periodic auction to reset the issuer's floating-rate bonds instead of a remarketing agent.

The structure enabled the hospital to sign a swap contract for the life of the 26-year bonds, a goal sought by many issuers but offered by only a handful of swap providers.

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