Street Ready To Take Aim At `Aircraft Carrier' Plan

Keegan, Jeffrey
May 1999
Private Placement Letter;05/10/99, Vol. 17 Issue 19, p1
Discusses the criticisms of Wall Street group on the proposed securities registration reform unveiled by the United States Securities & Exchange Commission. Concerns over the plan to eliminate the mechanism that issuers use in converting 144A securities into public ones; Effects of the ruling on junk market; Importance of the registration to both issuers and the investors.


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