Investor's group opposes bill blocking controversial FASB accounting rule

Reynolds, Katherine M.
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/20/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30313, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on Boston Security Analysts Inc.'s letter to Senator Lauch Faircloth in which it expressed opposition to the senator's proposal to grant bank regulators the authority to block the Financial Accounting Standards Board's (FASB) hedge accounting rule. Potential impact of the proposal on the country's economy; Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan's comment on the rule.


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