Reform Bill Will Shake Up Market

Ackerman, Andrew
June 2010
Bond Buyer;6/28/2010, Vol. 372 Issue 33340, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the aspect of the U.S. financial reform legislation, which is expected to authorized changes to the way the municipal bond market is regulated. It signed into law, the bill will authorize the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) to oversee non-dealer regulated market intermediaries. House Financial Services Committee chairman Barney Frank stresses the importance of language change in light of concerns raise by pension funds that enter into derivative contracts.


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