SEC Targets Pooled Bonds In Louisiana

Hume, Lynn
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/21/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32034, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enforcement lawyers have notified the Louisiana Local Government Environmental Facilities and Community Development Authority, underwriter Sisung Securities Corp. and the financial advisory firm formerly called Holley, Tucker, Bossier & Nosacka of their plans to recommend that the SEC file securities fraud charges against them for alleged misrepresentations made in the offering documents for four pooled bond issues.


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