Bond insurers tracking issuers, exposure as 2000 nears

Whalen, Robert
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/13/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30557, p30
Trade Publication
Reports that bond insurers in the United States are tracking issuers in preparation for any potential disruption that may stem out from the year 2000 date conversion problems of computer systems (Y2K). Efforts of municipal bond issuers in ensuring that their computer systems will not interfere with timely debt service payments; Overview on the impact of the Y2K on the business operations of bond insurers.


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