Comptroller: Conn. Running Deficit in '04
- Facing $101M Surprise, Connecticut May Consider Deficit Bonds. Piazza, Johanna // Bond Buyer;5/5/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31628, p7
The article reports that, Connecticut may face the need to issue deficit bonds to cover an impending budget gap before the start of the fiscal year 2003. State Comptroller Nancy Wyman announced that the state will end the 2003 fiscal year on June 1, 2003 with a deficit of 101 million dollars....
- CONNECTICUT: Senate Clears GAAP Bill. Stark, Jonna // Bond Buyer;6/11/2007, Vol. 360 Issue 32647, p9
The article reports that House Bill 7338, which has already passed by the Senate, would allow the state comptroller to establish generally accepted accounting principles for budget, rather than those prescribed by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board in Connecticut. Comptroller Nancy...
- A Passionate Collector. Slawson, Jennifer // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Feb2004, Vol. 108 Issue 12, p14
Focuses on collector Nancy Wyman and her collection of Delftware.
- Connecticut comptroller pushes plan to cut debt with surplus. Harris, Elizabeth E. // Bond Buyer;06/03/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30654, p3
Reports that Connecticut Comptroller Nancy Wyman is encouraging state legislators to use a portion of the state's 1998 budget surplus to reduce outstanding debt. Details of Wyman's recommendations on fiscal policies.
- CONNECTICUT. Peacock, Wayne // Bond Buyer;4/23/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31123, p-39
Forecasts that Connecticut will end fiscal year 2001 with a budget surplus. Estimated budget surplus according to Comptroller Nancy Wyman; Budget surplus estimate provided by the Office of Policy and Management; Legislation on surplus fund proposed by Wyman.
- 'Get back to the basics'. // Money Marketing;1/19/2012, p33
The article presents an interview with Jupiter chief investment officer Edward Bonham Carter. When asked about the European debt crisis, Carter replies that the lesson the industry should learn from the sovereign debt crisis is that there are no risk-free assets. He emphasises on the need for a...
- CONNECTICUT: Some Optimism. Peacock, Wayne // Bond Buyer;1/7/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31298, p31
Reports on the prediction of Connecticut comptroller Nancy Wyman about the state's budget deficit and economic situation for fiscal 2002. Signs of improvement in the state's economy; Compromise among Connecticut legislative leaders upon managing budget deficit; Measures that would reduce budget...
- Legislature rejects comptroller's health insurance bid. Mariani, Dominic // Fairfield County Business Journal;6/17/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 24, p3
Reports on the rejection of Connecticut General Assembly on the health insurance bid of state comptroller Nancy Wayman. Members of the state health insurance program; Costs of medical care; Expansion of employees benefits.
- Solving the pensions puzzle. Spicer, Stephanie // Finance Week (Centaur Communications);2/8/2006, p19
The article presents a perspective on choosing the best pension scheme for both employees and the company to control pension deficits. It emphasizes that choosing the best pension scheme by finance directors has become the most important strategic decision for a business. It relates that finance...