After Delays, Northampton County, Pa., Expected to Pay Adviser

Walker, Susanne
October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/28/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31999, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information that Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Controller John Schimmel said in a report released Tuesday that the county should pay Concord Public Financial Advisors $40,000 for work the Reading, Pennsylvania-based firm did on a swaption executed in June with Merrill Lynch ≈ Co. Inc. After other delays in disbursing payments, the county council requested the controller's office to look into whether the county had contracts in place with Concord and Structured Financial Consultants, an Allentown-based firm that also worked on the swaption. The swaption was based on an original $111 million bond deal sold in December 2001, according to a county resolution dated June 17.


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