Nondealer FAs sign anti-pay-to-play pact

Hume, Lynn
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/02/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30589, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on a voluntary agreement among independent financial advisory firms prohibiting them from making political contributions to government officials and political parties in the United States. Effort to ban pay-to-play practices in the municipal market; US Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Arthur Levitt's support of the move; Provisions under the voluntary agreement.


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