San Diego Officials Criticize kroll Inc., Fearing Delay in City's Return to Market

Saskal, Rich
July 2006
Bond Buyer;7/13/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32422, p36
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The article reports that San Diego, California Mayor Jerry Sanders lashed out at Kroll Inc., the company hired by the city to serve as an independent investigative audit committee in its effort to issue long-delayed financial statements and regain access to the debt markets. Sanders was disappointed that Kroll has continued to delay its estimated release date for the report despite having a budget that has expanded to $20 million.


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