Connecticut financial officials yesterday chose senior and co-senior managers for between $800 million and 1 billion of special tax obligation bonds, a portion, could be sold as early as late July.

Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Morgan Stanley & CO. Will be the senior managers on different portions of the deal, while Lehman Brothers and Innova Securities, a Boston-based minority-owned firm, will handle a swap transaction.

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