Financing for the NFL's new Denver Broncos stadium looks to be a combination of public and private monies, the latter of which will include naming rights; a revenue stream that insiders say has a good possibility of being securitized.

Prudential is working with the City of Denver and Broncos owner Patrick Bowlen to finance the construction of a new stadium through a combination of municipal bonds and private debt. The financing will be done through a partnership between Denver's Metropolitan Football Stadium District and the team. The city will fund three quarters of the cost and the Broncos must kick in 25%, which is currently at about $360 million.

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