Suffolk County, NY Comptroller Demonstrates Commitment to Transparency with New Investor Relations Program

June 18, 2024

Suffolk County, NY Comptroller Demonstrates Commitment to Transparency with New Investor Relations Program

(HAUPPAUGE, NY, June 18, 2024) – Suffolk County, NY (“the County”) today announced the launch of their new investor relations website in collaboration with BondLink. The new website now offers municipal investors a single stop to access valuable documents, project updates, news releases, and more from the County. 

It’s a significant step toward enhancing accessibility to government data and developing stronger connections with the investment community. It’s also one more positive development from the County after their recent S&P credit rating upgrade.

John M. Kennedy Jr., Comptroller of Suffolk County, expressed his enthusiasm about the collaboration with BondLink, stating, "We’re doing everything in our power to foster transparency with the individuals who fund our essential infrastructure. This partnership offers significantly more flexibility to tell our story, showcase our financial stability, and provide investors with the information they need to make a confident decision with us.”

Colin MacNaught, CEO and co-founder of BondLink, emphasized the impact of this partnership, stating, "We’re thrilled to work with such a meaningful issuer in New York. More and more finance teams are putting an emphasis on expanding their investor pool. Transparency programs like this are a smart, efficient way to help them streamline their communications with investors and attract new buyers.” 

Suffolk County invites investors and the public to explore the new website, read about the recent ratings upgrade, and stay in the know on the county's financial activities by visiting



About Suffolk County, NY

Suffolk County (the “County”) was established on November 1, 1683 as one of the ten original counties in New York State. The County comprises the eastern two-thirds of Long Island and its western border is approximately 15 miles from Queens and the greater New York City area. While land use within the County is predominantly suburban residential, significant amounts of land are also used for commercial, industrial, parkland, and agricultural purposes. County residents enjoy a high quality of life, supported by high median incomes, relatively low unemployment and crime rates, quality public school systems, and numerous cultural and recreational attractions. With a diverse population and a strong economic base, Suffolk County is committed to delivering essential services while maintaining fiscal responsibility and transparency.

About BondLink

BondLink, a cloud-based investor relations and debt management platform for the municipal bond market, helps issuers engage more bond investors through transparency and actionable insights. Founded by CEO Colin MacNaught, who spent seven years issuing nearly $25 billion in bonds on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and CTO Carl Query, BondLink went live in 2016. BondLink clients issued more than $50 billion in bonds in 2023. BondLink provides its issuer clients with tools to manage their capital financing programs more efficiently while providing investors with the interim financial reports and data they need to close information gaps and make informed decisions through a single platform. The company is backed by top investors within the municipal bond market, including Intercontinental Exchange and Franklin Templeton. Headquartered in Boston, BondLink was recently named to the 2024 GovTech 100, marking its sixth consecutive appearance on the annual list.


BondLink Contact Information:
Colin Jacob 


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